now this is an interesting effect.
After a fresh checkout all files have the actual time, haven't they? Is the
timestamp explicitly saved somewhere?
Could it be, that this is newer than Tim's local time yesterday? Maybe the
system time is not set to UTC or something like this? If so, then it should
be possible to reproduce this today. Could you give it a try, Tim?
Another cause could be slight differences in files' times because one is
checked out earlier than the other. However, OTF's configure ran before
during the first global configure. Therefore, all files' timestamps should be
correct after this. So I don't believe in this explanation.
What do you think?
Dipl. Math. Andreas Knuepfer,
Center for Information Services and
High Performance Computing (ZIH), TU Dresden,
Willersbau A114, Zellescher Weg 12, 01062 Dresden
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