mbrush at xxxxx
Wed Dec 5 01:09:02 UTC 2018
It's a UNIX thing. The "Changed" (ctime) is updated when the file
metadata is changed (owner, permissions, etc.) or the contents of the
file changed. The "Modified" (mtime) is only when the contents changed,
but is not affected by changing metadata of the file.
I have no idea how you'd translate that though since they're synonyms
even in English. The technical names are 'mtime', 'ctime' and 'atime',
if that helps.
On 2018-12-04 3:09 p.m., scootergrisen wrote:
> In file properties these to strings are used.
> What are the difference?
> #: ../data/geany.glade.h:479
> msgid "Modified:"
> #: ../data/geany.glade.h:480
> msgid "Changed:"
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