Preserving timestamps with git

Chanoch (Ken) Bloom kbloom at
Thu May 27 18:05:38 CEST 2010

On Thu, 2010-05-27 at 17:44 +0200, Jakob Voss wrote:

> Thanks, this will be helpful for special repositories that need to 
> preserve file permissions. But as long as I use git for replication I 
> prefer to have the timestamp metadata directly in the commit as if I 
> would commit everytime I changed a file. It's a pitty that there is no 
> good versioning file system for Linux yet.

You could try NilFS2, or become an early adopter of BtrFS, both of which
are in main-line kernels.


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