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Wed, 30 Aug 2006 19:51:09 +0200
Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0 (Windows/20041206)
>>So there really is a 1-hour difference between what the CVS/Entries file
>>says and what the file's time stamp says. We could try to be more clever
>>with such situations, but since it's basically a case of braindamage in the
>>w32 "spec" I'd rather not bother.
> I'm not familiar with the details, nor with vc-cvs in general, so
> what's below might be nonsense; sorry if so.
> Is the problem you describe above in Emacs or in the CVS client that
> Emacs runs? If the latter, I agree that some (or maybe all) Windows
> ports of the CVS client don't DTRT in this case.
Eli, please look at what your system tells you about the following two
Emacs files: "src/acldef.h" and "src/alloca.c". I get:
Entries: /acldef.h/1.2/Mon Sep 1 15:45:52 2003//
Emacs: Mon Sep 1 17:45:52 2003
Windows: Mon Sep 1 17:45:52 2003
Entries: /alloca.c/1.29/Fri Jan 30 17:10:02 2004//
Emacs: Fri Jan 30 17:10:02 2004
Windows: Fri Jan 30 18:10:02 2004
Where Entries is the entry from CVS/Entries, Emacs is a prettified
version obtained from `file-attributes', and Windows is what WindowsME
tells me. I fail to understand why the values for `alloca.c' differ for
Windows and Emacs. If these values are identic for you (XP I presume)
than the problem is with Emacs for Windows98/FAT32.