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Wed Mar 6 07:40:33 CET 2013
See also the email from Lars.
You can make it the way you want by using a hook script
On 06/03/13 07:38, Ferry Huberts wrote:
> IMHO, yes
> Idle time represents the last time the repo was pushed to.
> It does not represent the time of the last commit
> On 06/03/13 01:36, Chris Down wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I noticed Jason mentioning about changing the logic behind the idle
>> time, which reminded me of a small niggle I had when setting up cgit
>> on my server. Previously I did not store my repos on my own box, I
>> hosted them all on github. When I moved to cgit, I mirrored them using
>> `git clone --mirror'. The end result of this was that all of my idle
>> times became `0 min', despite the last commit times being weeks or
>> months in the past in some cases. Is this intended?
>> cgit mailing list
>> cgit at hjemli.net
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