Backdating a file using touch

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Lukas, to save you from reading the whole discussion, @schnittchen is experiencing clock drifting on Ubuntu 18.4 when he starts Elixir after his computer comes back from a suspension.

Dez CET 2018 I will exceptionally ping @garazdawi because he may be able to confirm if this is a bug or not before we do report it to the Erlang/OTP team.

You can also find a list of a list of previous releases and release notes.

Backdating the compile output with touch may have a negative impact on doing a make (not a full rebuild) while trying to fix a bug in the package.

As another example, unchanged files should preferable keep their timestamps to reduce the size of date-based incremental system backups.

- The build tree where the packages are generated serves the purpose of doing this generation, mostly through invocations of make.

Point is that the tarballs and the build tree are used in different ways: - The tarballs (inside or outside files) in the public repository serve to provide the files to the end users in a way which causes the least operational issues.

For example, files in /usr/share should have the same binary contents and the same timestamps across architectures, and thus across buildds.

If you start IEx manually and try the different System.system_time/os_time functions, what are the differences between them and the date command? The written file is meant to be behind date, but only for small amounts (the amount it takes for you to run a command).

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