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Re: Re: [DESIGN] mtime versioning - was: Getting Bug 1256 fixed

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-11-28 17:01:08 CET

>>>>> "Erik" == Erik Huelsmann <ehuels@gmail.com> writes:

>> >> If we're storing the mtime of the file in a revision, we'd
>> expect the >> property to change on every commit.
>> >
>> > Do we? Or only when the text files' contents has also changed?
>> You won't commit an unchanged file - so the mtime would change on
>> each commit (unless you set it manually with touch or similar).

 Erik> Unless a changed mtime is considered a change in itself...

If mtimes are set to be saved, then that should be considered a
change. And yes, that means that
         touch foo
         svn commit foo
will do a commit when the content hasn't changed at all. That's
correct; it's no different from committing a file whose properties
have changed.


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