[Unison-hackers] Problem with fractional mtime? ("destination updated during synchronization")
hans_meine at gmx.net
Sun Nov 23 07:42:36 EST 2008
On Sonntag 23 November 2008, Hans Meine wrote:
> In the meantime, I have confirmed that the same bug still exists in
Now, I have to say that I tried to find a fix myself, but Ocaml is harder to
read than I thought. I guess I have to wait for someone else to acknowledge
this bug and fix it.
> The "rounding" in my last post does not make sense, probably it's more like
> - int remembered_mtime = trunc(remote_mtime)
> - ... [synchronize]
> - check whether remote_mtime > remembered_mtime:
> ALARM! [difference 0.0 < x < 1.0 seconds]
I have read that Ocaml does not do implicit casting (good!), and I did not
find any casts (at least not in update.ml), so maybe I am still off with the
It is also quite strange that it only with these sip-generated header files.
Obviously, SIP somehow triggers the fractional mtime, while other programs do
not seem to do that. Obscure.
Ciao, / / .o.
/ / ANS ooo
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