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From: Todd Cosgrove <tcosgrov_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-12 14:27:10 CEST

Is it possible to set a property on a specific file to have it
maintain it's last modified time...i.e. so that when someone checks it
out or updates it, it doesn't get the current timestamp?

I see the use-commit-times property in the docs, but I tried adding it
to the individual file properties and didn't get it to work. If this
is how it's accomplished, what's the svn command syntax?


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Received on Thu Jul 12 14:26:45 2007

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