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Re: Way to update timestamp to committed timestamp?

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-11-21 19:46:16 CET

x nooby <xnooby@yahoo.com> wrote on 11/21/2005 01:41:07 PM:

> When someone checks in a file, their timestamp has the
> time of the last edit. When another user gets the
> update, their timestamp has the time of when the last
> edit was committed.
> Is there a way for the committer to have their
> timestamp on a file updated to the commit time?
> My users are use to comparing timestamps of files to
> see if they are talking about the same files, but now
> the committer has a different timestamp than everyone
> else.

Look for "use-commit-times" here:



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