From: Steven Knight (knight_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-06-05 08:26:35
> Does Jam handle this Bug between NTFS and FAT ??? (look at quotation)
> "Fat file systems, as used by Windows 95, can only store time-stamps to the
> nearest 2 seconds and this can cause problems when comparing with files
> stored on an NTFS file system as used by Windows NT4, which maintains
> time-stamps to an accuracy of milli-seconds."
> It's seems to be a common problem while copying/making libraries and
> confuses most makes.
> If not, we should implement this.
What would be the fix, within jam itself? I'm not sure what Jam (or any
tool using timestamps) can do to work around a ibehavior like this that
is inherent to the underlying OS and file systems...
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