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Unison 2.5.31 binaries available for Windows and Linux

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  • Benjamin C. Pierce
    Those who were waiting for precompiled Windows or Linux binaries before trying out the new beta-release of Unison can go ahead now and download them from the
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 23, 2000
      Those who were waiting for precompiled Windows or Linux binaries before
      trying out the new beta-release of Unison can go ahead now and download
      them from the usual place:

      http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison

      No serious bugs have been discovered so far in this release, but it
      should still be considered experimental.

      By the way, one correction to the documentation of the new features: the
      original release message said that modtimes would not necessarily be kept
      in sync, but just propagated when things changed. We decided this was
      ugly, and changed it so that Unison now synchronizes modtimes (when the
      =times preference is set) just like permission bits.

      (There is one caveat: if you're synchronizing between a Windows and a
      Unix machine, you may see a one-second difference between the modtimes
      after synchronization. This is because times are actually represented
      differently by the two sorts of filesystems: Windows cannot represent
      modtimes with an odd number of seconds.)

      -- B
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