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--- Comment #3 from Krinkle <> 2010-11-02 23:26:24 UTC ---
Revision timestamp is the time the last revision was stored.
Localtimestamp is the time the page was last parsed.

If one purges the page (action=purge) afaik the localtimestamp will be updated
(among othere things), but revisiontimestamp will stay the same.

When somebody clicks "Save" the time the request is recieved will be marked as
the revisiontimestamp (the time you see on the History page). Then the
rendering starts and it can sure take longer then a second sometimes (or even
if the rendering only takes 3 miliseconds, if after 2 miliseconds the clock
completes the minute, the localtimestamp right after saving could be one minute

So I dont think this is a bug, nor should it be changed.

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