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Re: [PATCH] [Issue 870] import should set svn:executable automatically

From: Chris Parker <chris_at_playswithfire.com>
Date: 2002-09-25 23:16:49 CEST

On Wed, Sep 25, 2002 at 09:40:42PM +0100, Barry Scott wrote:
> svn:executable is a unix specific attribute. It has no meaning
> on OpenVMS, Mac, Windows.
> It is only reasonable to set svn:executable if on Unix and if
> the executable bits are set.
> OpenVMS uses the file type (.exe), the Mac runs files that are
> marked as 'APPL', windows runs code based on file type, usually
> .EXE.

Not to pick too many nits on this one, but creator codes aren't
guaranteed to be there on Mac OS X - and stuff within application
bundles (e.g. appName.app/Contents/MacOS/appName) may be executable in
the +x UNIX sense.

Arguably, Mac OS X falls under the "UNIX" category, but certain Mac OS
9 things don't hold all the time in OS X.

The ugly side issue that still makes me cringe is thinking about
versioning files with resource forks and/or Finder catalog info in
svn. At the moment I'm preferring to stick my head in the sand on that
one and look at some other features again.


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Received on Wed Sep 25 23:18:57 2002

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