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Re: Is there really no way to keep the file modification time intact?

From: Oliver Betz <list_ob_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2007-02-26 15:01:29 CET

Frans Knibbe wrote:


> importer. As it is now, it seems that all the files in the repository
> will wind up with the file time set to the moment they are handled by
> the importer. That means that a lot of useful and maybe vital

not exactly. You can set the commit time to the modification time
when importing. See the perl script I posted 2006-10-27 in the thread
"Re: File date/time" for an example. And don't use ActiveState Perl
on Win32 since stat())->mtime inherited a bug from the Microsoft C

I know that's not what you wanted, but maybe it's good enough for the

Nevertheless I also think that Subversion should support "mtime
keeping" natively.


Oliver Betz, Muenchen
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Received on Mon Feb 26 15:01:34 2007

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