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Re: Way to update timestamp to committed timestamp?

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-11-21 19:52:36 CET

x nooby <xnooby@yahoo.com> wrote on 11/21/2005 01:51:04 PM:

> > Look for "use-commit-times" here:
> "By setting this config variable to yes, the svn
> checkout, svn update, svn switch, and svn revert
> commands will also set last-commit timestamps on files
> that they touch."
> I need something that will work on "svn ci". The
> person committing the file is not getting the commit
> time on the file, they are getting the last edit time.
> We already have "use-commit-times" turned on (unless
> the user turned it off).

You should probably be asking whether that is a bug then. It sounds like
an oversight to me.


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