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[TSVN] Permission problem in shared working copy

From: Ryan Kuester <rkuester_at_bit7.com>
Date: 2004-10-29 17:35:11 CEST

I have three users sharing a working copy on a network share. When a user
different than the one who checked out the working copy commits, the commit
succeeds but errors follow when updating the working copy:

Error replacing text-base of 'file'
Can't set file 'path/.svn/text-base/file.svn-base' read-write: Access is
denied.

Obviously, the non-owner cannot change permissions.

I figured this was related to the Subversion issue 1509, which is supposed
to be fixed in the latest versions. We're using TortoiseSVN 1.1.1, Build
1857 and svn 1.1.1 on the server side. Using the UNIX command line client
directly on the server, I have no problems.

Any ideas? Thank you.

-- 
Ryan KUESTER              BIT 7, Inc.
Embedded Systems Engr.    http://www.bit7.com
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