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Re: changing dates in CVS

From: Norberto Meijome
Subject: Re: changing dates in CVS
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 09:42:54 +1000
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Hi there,
I haven't RTFM on this, so there may be an option that does precisely that.

But you can always create a script around that gets the date from the cvs log:

Revision : 1.5
Date : 2002/6/17 6:54:11
Author : 'numard'
State : 'Exp'
Lines : +2 -2

, and then use any tool in your OS to reset the file time stamp to that. Don't forget CVS keeps date & time in UTC.


MARTINEZ,KEN (Non-HP-Boise,ex1) wrote:

Is there a way to check out a file keeping it's
original modification time?  An example would be I
checked in a binary dated 3/21/01 on 5/28/02. When I go and check out the binary, the date is
stamped with the current time and date.  For
Microsoft WHQL purposes, I need the ability to
pull a file with its modification date.  Microsoft
SourceSafe has this capability.


Ken Martinez

Norberto Meijome
If you were supposed to understand it, we wouldn't call it 'code'.

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