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From: Radek Podgorny <radek_at_podgorny.cz>
Date: 2003-12-17 19:32:44 CET


I'm quite new to SVN but I really like it! Great work!

Unfortunately, there is one thing I don't like. When someone commits the files
from Windows, they all have the executable flags set. Checking them out,
chmoding and commiting them again has no result... :-( Is there any "svn" or
"svnadmin" feature to help me changing the access rights?

Another small thing. It it possible to "cut-off" old revisions? Let's say I
don't want to support a 10-year old versions so I want the rev. 123 to be the
"TAIL" (as opposed to HEAD - the oldes revision) to save some space?

Thanks a lot...
Radek Podgorny

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