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Re: vc-mode permissions problems on NT

From: Andre Spiegel
Subject: Re: vc-mode permissions problems on NT
Date: Tue, 09 Sep 2003 21:02:39 +0200

On Tue, 2003-09-09 at 20:30, David Abrahams wrote:

> Here's an example.  CVS/Entries says:
>        /convenience.cpp/1.2/Thu May  8 02:17:51 2003//
> and dired says:
>       -r--r--r--   1 dave     root     1666 05-07 22:17 convenience.cpp
> What does that mean?

This probably means that the timestamps agree (CVS always has it in UTC,
and your timezone appears to be 4 hours behind it).  It's very strange
that VC would still consider the file to be "edited".  Is it possible
for you to step through vc-cvs-state and vc-cvs-state-heuristic in the
debugger?  I'd have to know what these functions do when you open an
unmodified file.  (They ought to realize that the timestamps agree, and
that the file is therefore not edited.  I need to find out why this
isn't the case here.)

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