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On 12/06/2010 07:18 AM, Ulrich Eckhardt wrote:
On Saturday 04 December 2010, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
Perhaps SVN doesn't get timestamps right.
SVN doesn't touch timestamps explicitly, it just writes the files as they come and the system gives them the timestamps. This also makes sense, because the build system depends on them - you don't want the build to skip compiling files after rewinding your working copy to an older version.
That said, you can tell SVN to do something with timestamps, I'd have to search a bit in order to find out what exactly that is.
If you set the 'use-commit-times' config flag, subversion will keep timestamps in sync with the repository commit times during 'checkout', 'update', 'switch', etc. operations (it does this by default during 'export', which is likekt why the tarball process works):
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