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Check out/update: svn vs tsvn

From: Zachary Young <zachary.young_at_entriq.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 03:34:27 -0700

I' m noticing a discrepancy in file permissions when I check out a new working copy or update a previous working copy from the command line(with svn co or svn up), and when I do the same with Tortoise.

 

When I do this from the command line, Windows Security permissions for file foo are set as follows:

engineering (BOX-NAME\engineering) this is my personal account/username

Everyone

None (BOX-NAME\None)

 

When I do this from Tortoise, Windows Security permissions for file foo are set as follows:

Adminstrators (BOX-NAME\Administrators)

Everyone

None (BOX-NAME\None)

 

The main differece being my user account (engineering) versus the generic Administrators account.

 

Subversion was also installed on the machine when Cygwin was installed. Could that make a difference?

 

If there's already a discussion thread on this, please point me in the right direction.

 

Thank you,

Zachary

 
Received on 2008-04-16 12:33:52 CEST

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