Hey all!

When I'm using git-svn, I'm always a bit dismayed that the dates in the git-svn 
commits are not copied from the original commits. They instead just contain the 
date of the dcommit. Note that I'm talking about the commits in my git repo 
here, not the ones in subversion - I know that those have to use the date of 
the dcommit.

I was looking a little bit at the perl code, and it looks like preserving the 
original commit dates wouldn't be particularly difficult. Does this seem like a 
good idea to anybody else? My guess is that none of the actual code is 
depending on those dates being anything in particular, but I suppose some 
people might prefer the current behaviour. Therefore, this could be switched on 
with --preserve-dates or something like that.


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