Re: Commit with svn:externals properties
On Tuesday 18 January 2005 19:29, Mark Phippard wrote:
> Subclipse issues the same warning as Tortoise. Like Tortoise, it is only
> looking at the URL of the item you selected to commit. The difference is
> that Tortoise ignores anything that is external.
> I do not see any reason we should not allow people to commit to external
> folders when we are capable of doing it. A command line user could make
> the same mistake you mentioned. If you are truly concerned about it, then
> do the recommended "best practice" of adding a pre-commit hook to disallow
> commits to the tag.
Well after all it's not a big issue anyways. I was just concerned about the
difference tortoise and subclipse behave.
Since tags will be mostly created by our build management server it's also
possible to prevent writing to the tags dir by normal users at all. The build
management server uses an seperate account.
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