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Re: Any reason why a file would have an old timestamp?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-12-03 06:54:52 CET

On Dec 1, 2005, at 15:31, x nooby wrote:

> The files were imported in to Subversion on
> 10/29/2005. They were checked out on 10/31/2005. The
> "use commit time" was then turned on, and the folders
> were then deleted and re-checked out.
> After a month of use, there are now some files with
> timestamps from 2003(!). I would have thought every
> timestamp we would see would be no older than
> 10/29/2005.
> Is there some reason why these files might have old
> timestamps?

Can't think of any. Are the clocks on all your clients and the server
reasonable (synchronized with NTP would be best)?

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