why doesn't build history show actual date

Hello,

I needed to get a specific build, based on date. I went to the appropriate build project, and displayed the history tab. It has a column telling me how long ago it was built. And it is 'rounding' because apparently a build done on June 10 (its June 24) was done a week ago

If the actual date was displayed, it would have saved me from having to go to each build's detail to check the actual date.

Now that I think about it, you do that in Bitbucket too. Is there some config setting I'm missing? I don't really give 2 hoots about some approximate time since an event happened

 

Cheers

 

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If you hover over the relative dates, you can see the actual time. Maybe that is what you are looking for?

Not in my version...If I hover over the build number a tool tip type message tells me its successful

 

image2016-6-24 14:35:31.png

 

Hover over the date.

Ah yes, you are correct. I should not be so impatient!

 

Thanks Jobin

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