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Re: Another time question

From: Szabó Tamás
Subject: Re: Another time question
Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2001 20:20:53 +0200

If I'm right then the time is always used to determine if the file is
The timestamp of the file is compared to the timestamp saved in the
Entries file.

But if you didn't change the file, you only "touch" it and try to commit
then the file will not be really commited. 


Annette Waters wrote:
> Could you please explain how the time is used by CVS. Is it used to
> determine if a file has changed? Or, does it always look at the contents of
> the files to determine changes?
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