(Glad I'm not alone in this view of svn!)
On 29/08/2007, Greg Rundlett <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > > There was a set of patches (not part of the official project) that
> > > > adds what you're asking for, but I don't know if it's kept pace with
> > > > Subversion itself.
> I totally agree with you that the mtime feature is needed in Subversion.
> Hopefully the issue doesn't get sidetracked yet again. I've got my fingers
> crossed that issue 1256 gets attention.
Any url please?
> The hack we've implemented as a work-around is to set a file property called
> mtime on each of the imported files. (At the time when you do an initial
> import, you presumably have a copy of the original files with their
> historical modification times, outside of subversion.)
I have a full directory, lots of files, each with its own date and time.
(Or did you mean as a separate file? Directory, filename, atime?
If so I can do that easily, I have some Python that will generate
an xml file of this info)
Then, after checkout,
> run a script that 'touches' the local working copy to use 'mtime'.
Oh you sneaky person!!!!
I can do it on my Linux box...
I guess its doable on Windows using cygwin...
Now I see where you're going.
Yes, I do keep a backup copy of the full directory, but an xml
file with the relevant data could be just as easy.
This is promising!
> have a local working copy of files that are version-controlled and reside on
> the local file system displaying timestamps that reflect their 'mtime'
> property. You could combine this with a post_commit hook so that mtime (the
> property) gets updated on any subsequent file modification.
I've not used any hooks.
I guess the mess is that the mtime of the file is now n days prior
to the time of revision 1?
Starts to get a bit messy now :-)
> pushd /home/user/work/project-working-directory
> for FILE in `find . -mindepth 1|grep -v '.svn'`
> echo Setting custom mtime on $FILE
> svn proplist "$FILE"|grep 'svn:mtime' >/dev/null
> if [ "$?" -eq 0 ]
> MTIME=`svn propget svn:mtime "$FILE"`
> touch -d "$MTIME" "$FILE"
> popd >/dev/null
Sorry to sound so ignorant Greg, is this post commit hook?
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Received on Wed Aug 29 16:43:00 2007