file:/// protocol based svn repository questions
We're using SharpSVN.SvnRepositoryClient.CreateRepository to create file:/// protocol based svn repositories on shared Windows network drives. Can anyone tell me the exact permissions a Windows user will need to fully interact with the repository? We're recently run into a user that was able to lock a file but couldn't do a commit, the error indicated that the commit failed and a .tmp file couldn't be moved since it already existed in txn-current? The customer indicated that they had read and write access??
Also, I've seen quite a few posts on the Internet suggesting that sharing a file:/// protocol based svn repository is not recommended for multiple users and even discouraged. Can anyone confirm or refute this information?
Received on 2010-03-17 16:34:21 CET
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