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Re: Importing and adding files with actual time stamp?

From: Oliver Betz <list_ob_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-07-26 15:28:06 CEST

Marko Käning <mk362@mch.osram.de> wrote:

> > (BTF: I wouldn't use UTF8 in mails unless unavoidable)
> sorry, that's the default of my new SuSE 9.3...

my mail client doesn't understand UTF-8, and there might be many
others. Maybe you can write "oe"?

> > Why do you need the original timestamps?
> I want to *abuse* subversion for more than only source code tracking. I
> actually used CVS since a couple of years to keep track of all my files
> (source code, binary data, text files, whatever). Since I also save
> measurement data in my repository (and time stamps do matter for them) I'd
> like to have this feature.

well, in this case, using commit times and "initially one commit per
file" doesn't help.


P.S.: sorry if my forwarded mail arrived crippled in the list.

Oliver Betz, Muenchen
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Received on Tue Jul 26 15:29:42 2005

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