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Re: Timestamp help FPGA HDL

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-06 19:14:04 CEST

On Jul 6, 2006, at 18:22, rrubalcava@micron.com wrote:

> Timestamp help....
> I am looking for SVN to allow a user to upload a repository to an SVN
> server with original timestamp info and pull that orig timestamp info
> back down? Have a program that has a bulky DB of it's own that we
> do not
> want to put into SVN. We just want to manage the sources with SVN.
> When
> you pull down a working copy and then move the program's /DB directory
> preserving the original timestamp information into the path of the SVN
> sources, SVN has affixed the commit time timestamp and not the
> original
> timestamp.... I then fire up the program and hit the compile
> button. The
> program compares the timestamp of the SVN sources to the files in
> the DB
> and sees the sources as being "Newer" due to the commit timestamp
> so it
> recompiles. We cannot afford a recompile if nothing has changed except
> the timestamp since there is an un-deterministic nature of the
> compiled
> output. (Means we have to unnecessarily re-verify the newly compiled
> output)

You may want the client-side option use-commit-times. Look in your
client's config file.

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