hgweb: Last change not as old as tip
tytso at mit.edu
Mon Sep 26 15:16:04 CDT 2005
On Sun, Sep 25, 2005 at 09:23:48PM -0700, Matt Mackall wrote:
> The commit time is when a commit was first committed to a Mercurial
> repo. Last change is when the repo in question last changed. If it's
> freshly cloned or pushed to from a repo with an old tip, those times
> will be different.
> Then the question becomes: don't we want to show the commit time
> instead? The answer is no: the repo has new content in it. If I have a
> commit that I forget to push all weekend and you've been waiting for
> it, you want to see "last change" say "now" rather than "2 days ago"
> when I actually push it.
Is there any way we can show both dates?
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