[cvsnt] Re: Cvsnt returns an entry line with no date

JuanC none at none.com
Thu Feb 20 02:42:01 GMT 2003

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No problem, it was just coincidence that one of the first builds I started
testing against the C# code sent back the date. On a side note I think I saw
that the server just takes the date sent by the client as a hint but the
file will be "marked" with the server's current date.

This is not a big deal since I only use the date as a hint to know if the
file has been modified so I can use the client's date.

Keep up the good work.



"Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nodomain.org> wrote in message
news:3e536c62.778955906 at news.cvsnt.org...
> On Wed, 19 Feb 2003 09:56:50 +0000, Tony Hoyle <tmh at nodomain.org>
> wrote:
> >Software FX Support wrote:
> >
> >> I am writing my own C# client code so it could be my fault.
> >>
> >> Every time I commit a file I get a response where the date part is
> >> everything else seems normal. An ls command for example will return
> >> dates. Note that I am not talking about the entries file using the
> >> client, I am writing code that is executing the CVS commands and the
> >> response I get back from the server does not contain the date
> >> the "Checked-in" response)
> I've checked the code and that's the way the original Unix version did
> it.  There were a couple of versions of cvsnt that sent the timestamp
> back (57d seems to have some code to do it) but that's not the
> standard.
> Tony

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