Re: bk commits and dates
From: Benjamin Herrenschmidt
Date: Thu Mar 10 2005 - 01:09:32 EST
On Wed, 2005-03-09 at 19:28 -0800, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> On Thu, 10 Mar 2005, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:
> > I don't know if I'm the only one to have a problem with that, but it
> > would be nice if it was possible, when you pull a bk tree, to have the
> > commit messages for the csets in that tree be dated from the day you
> > pulled, and not the day when they went in the source tree.
> Nope, that's against how BK works. It's really distributed, so "my" tree
> has no special meaning, and as such the fact that I pull has no meaning
> either - it doesn't trigger as anything special.
Yes, but it would be easy to have the messages dated from the day they
are sent :) Even if you put the real commit date in the message itself.
It's really disturbing to receive mails dated a long time in the past
don't you think ?
> The only thing that ends up being special is when it hits the public tree
> which has the trigger to send out the emails. IOW, the date of the _email_
> is special (in that it says when a commit hit the public tree), not not
> the commits changesets themselves.
Yes, but the email gets the old date.
> Now, if James trigger scripts set the date of the email by the date of the
> commit, that sounds like a misfeature, but you'd better talk to James, not
> me, since he's the one doing that part..
Hah ok. Which James ?
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