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Re: Subversion Problem - How to save file modify time?

From: 郭煜 <guoy_at_dscomm.com.cn>
Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 09:57:36 +0800

Dear Mr. Koning,

    Yes , I see that subversion support good functions but based on lost file modify date. Is it?

    I like subversion client very much. But as an end user, we can't select a version control system which can't save file modify date. Because this is very important for our team-work in software developement progress. It's so sorry.

    I think that you can get better idea yourself to shot the problem later. Perhaps other version control system could be your referrence. If this problem is ok, contract me as soon as you can please. We'll select subversion as our version control system.

Thanks & Best Regards,
Yvon Guo Yu , 郭煜 / 上海迪爱斯通讯设备公司 开发一部
Addr: 上海市平江路15号(zip:200050)
Tel(O): 86-21-64031580 x 2512
Tel(MB): 13916313249

----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Koning" <Paul_Koning_at_dell.com>
To: <guoy_at_dscomm.com.cn>
Cc: <users_at_subversion.tigris.org>
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2008 12:00 AM
Subject: Re: Subversion Problem - How to save file modify time?

> >>>>> "guoy" == guoy <guoy_at_dscomm.com.cn> writes:
> guoy> Dear Invendor, This is a software company in china. I'm an
> guoy> engineer at develope-management department.
> guoy> We used other version control system as perforce or starteam
> guoy> before. Now we are trying subversion.
> guoy> During trying subversion, we find that file modify time could
> guoy> not be saved into subversion and get from subversion.
> guoy> Is it a design problem or deploy problem ? I hope it's a
> guoy> deploy problem. How to shot it, if a deploy problem.
> It's that way by design. This way, if you update a working directory
> to an older rev and then do "make" it will remake the files that
> changed. If the last-change data were preserved, that woulnd't work.
> Clearcase has a better way, but "make" is limited by what the file
> system offers, unfortunately.
> paul
Received on 2008-07-11 04:12:50 CEST

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