On 01.05.2010 23:38, Simon Large wrote:
> On 1 May 2010 15:31, Peter Pfannenschmid <lists_at_binarus.de> wrote:
>> I think I have experienced a bug in TortoiseSVN, but I am not absolutely
>> sure about it, so I am looking forward to comments.
>> I am using the latest version of TortoiseSVN (TortoiseSVN 1.6.8, Build
>> 19260 - 64 Bit , 2010/04/16 20:20:11) under Windows Vista Ultimate x64.
>> I am using a linux system with samba as file server.
>> Working on the windows system, I have checked out a project (in this
>> case, a small website) onto a samba share. Using Windows explorer, I
>> then have created a new subdirectory in this working copy and added some
>> files to the new subdirectory.
>> Then I have used TortoiseSVN -> Add to add the newly created
>> subdirectory to the project and to put it under version control,
>> Then I tried to commit, but there was the error message that I have
> Try this FAQ entry
thank you very much for the hint. I wonder why I didn't see it since I
had taken a look into the FAQ. Your tip saved a lot of time and frustration.
Applying the first solution mentioned in the FAQ (delete readonly = yes)
has solved the problem for me. Just some quick notes:
- My samba version is 3.2.5, so, according to the FAQ, the main problem
should have been fixed. But my version seems to be, guess what, the last
one in which the additional supplementary problem mentioned in the FAQ
hasn't been fixed. Since my samba is Debian Lenny stock, I think many
people will be affected by this.
- I am still wondering what's going on there because when I create a
file in the respective share using windows explorer (right mouse click
-> new file), the attributes are set in the right way. So TortoiseSVN
seems to set the attributes to readonly by intent when creating files.
I have understood that it is a samba / linux thing if read-only files
could be deleted. But before being readonly, they must be created
readonly or set to readonly. Is this still a samba bug, or is is done
intentionally? If the latter is the case, what's the reason for this? Is
read-only and locking used to make transaction security possible?
Thank you very much,
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Received on 2010-05-02 12:51:45 CEST