Re: git and time

From: Matthew L Foster <mfoster167@yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-09-29 05:18:15
--- Linus Torvalds <torvalds@osdl.org> wrote:
 
>  - it means that the -same- exact project, when looked at frm two 
>    different sites that mirror it, have totally different times. In other 
>    words, the times have become pointless for something like gitweb.

Mirrored git repos probably should use the same timestamp, e.g. the "master" or "private" git
server's local time. Replicated repos have a delay compared to when you made changes in your
private repo, that is ok, replication is not what makes commit order inconsistent with time, it's
the act of pulling/merging from a server with misconfigured time and gitweb.cgi trusting "creation
time", right?  Or is replication the same thing as merging/pulling? 

-Matt 

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