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Re: Readonly externals

From: Peter McNab <mcnabp_at_optushome.com.au>
Date: 2007-02-17 11:42:42 CET

Nick Vaughan wrote:
> I was wondering whether it would be possible to provide an option to the
> svn:externals property to make svn client mark the local files as
> readonly when updating/checking out from the tree pointed to by the
> externals.
>
>
>
Hi nick.

I'm not a developer but do stay current with TSVN nightlys.
This is possibly more a client side issue because it's conceivable some
users within a group will need commit access to svn:externals.
Have you looked at using TSVN hooks?

Another brute force method might be to simply make the externals folder
readonly to the logged in user but not to the administrator. Very crude
of course but if its only one or two troublesome users then it might
suffice.

Peter

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