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Keyword substitution causes file to be modified and therefore requires compilation.

From: Ford Alan <A.Ford_at_eu.pewg.panasonic.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2009 11:09:21 +0100

Hello Folks,

I've recently enabled svn's keyword substitution - it all works.
However, after an svn commit the keyword substitution takes place, thus
causing the local file's timestamp to be modified. This then triggers
the compiler (VS2005-C++) to do an unnecessary rebuild of the modified
file, which is rather annoying.

Is there a way around this, other than to disable keyword substitution?

Many thanks, Alan.


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