Subject RE: [IB-Architect] Warning!!! Bugs, Support... addition
Author Helen Borrie
At 10:14 AM 26-07-00 -0500, you wrote:

>I'm not sure who will use this info., but this is something that needs to be
>checked for the next "official" build. Do not set the date/time stamp on
>any files that belong to MS (DLLs, etc.). You should only set the date/time
>stamp on files that you created. Also, unless a file is actually newer,
>IMHO, it is best not to update the date/time stamp--this way people know it
>hasn't been updated because it has an old date. For people like me that use
>WISE, if we can look at the date/time stamps to tell what's been updated,
>that makes it a lot easier to update our installer.
>David R.

I'd bet that this happened while Inprise were FTP'ing files around their
networks. FTP doesn't give you any choice - every file gets the system
timestamp where and when it lands. Hence, because I'm transferring html
files from today into yesterday, my live files are always "older" than
those on my local disk...

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