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Re: .subversion default rights

From: Manuel VACELET <manuel.vacelet-abecedaire_at_st.com>
Date: 2005-03-04 14:27:26 CET

Michael Sinz wrote:
> The next question is if the client should warn / fail to work if
> the directory is not secure. (Much like other secure software
> does, such as SSH / OpenSSH) Personally, I don't know if
> Subversion needs to be that strict for all, but I, for one, would not
> mind if it were.

 From my point of view, subversion should -at least- warn if the
directory is not secure. And if you are using proxy password or secure
protocol (svn+ssh or https) subversion have to fail.


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