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RE: Keeping last-modified dates

From: Steve Fairhead <steve_at_fivetrees.com>
Date: 2006-08-29 19:34:34 CEST

Greg Thomas said:
>> Alice never edited a file. She simply checked it out on 1-Aug, compiled
it 3-Aug, and updated it on 4-Aug. Nothing was chucked away (although the
revision of 1-Aug was replaced with revision of 2-Aug), nothing was
reverted. <<

Ok, I understand your point.

However: any time I do anything as drastic as checking files out of a VCS,
or reverting, or including a replacement file from a colleague, or otherwise
messing with the data that make uses to do a build, I'd expect to do a make
clean or a touch.

This is pretty basic stuff. It's not a reason for a VCS to throw data (in
the form of timestamps) away.


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