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Re: HexWorkshop

From: Duncan Murdoch <murdoch_at_stats.uwo.ca>
Date: 2006-07-11 16:13:28 CEST

Ahmed Reza wrote:
> Thanks! That's precisely the problem. Hex workshop doesn't change the
> last modified time... hence the issue. I can "touch" the files later,
> but would really rather find a way to enable something in hex workshop
> or subversion that allows this to happen. I'm really hoping there's
> someone out there who's encountered and tackled this issue. I mean,
> the "touching" option is perfectly fine, except... it's not a very
> neat way of doing business, what if you forget to touch the file? etc
> etc. Cuz, then you have a changed binary file that isn't showing up as
> modified!

This has got to be a Hex Workshop fix. Nobody would want Subversion to
do byte-by-byte compares on every file every time status is requested.

Duncan Murdoch
>
> Regards,
> Ahmed
>
> On 7/10/06, *Duncan Murdoch* <murdoch@stats.uwo.ca
> <mailto:murdoch@stats.uwo.ca>> wrote:
>
> On 7/10/2006 3:45 PM, Ahmed Reza wrote:
> > Hi, this is a little wierd. When I edit a file in Hex Workshop
> and save it,
> > subversion doesn't see the file as having been
> modified. However, if I open
> > the file up in textpad and save it, it shows up as
> changed. Anybody know
> > how to address this issue?
>
> Does Hex Workshop leave the "last modified" date unchanged? If
> so, you
> might need to "touch" the file so that Subversion knows to do a
> byte-by-byte comparison.
>
> Duncan Murdoch
>
>

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