> Jon Delay writes:
> > I keep most of my file system under svn, so I have .svn directories all over
> > the place owned by root, chmod 700.
> > Somewhere between 1.6.3 and 1.6.9, `svn checkout` started checking the root directory
> > for the existence of an .svn directory and trying to look in it.
> ...and getting "Permission denied", and thus he cannot use 'svn checkout'
> in his home directory.
> The following (untested) patch will probably fix this - but is it a good
> idea? Are there situations where we _want_ to catch errors trying to
> detect a svn 1.7 wc in svn 1.6? I personally don't see why we need to.
Stefan reminded me of this issue, so I created branch 1.6.x-wc-ng-error
with the patch (tested now) and nominated it for 1.6.10.
Daniel Shahaf asked me the same question I quoted above: are there
specific errors we would _want_ to catch in is_inside_wc_ng()? I still
think the answer is probably no. It is not is_inside_wc_ng's job to
discover random errors related to accessing things in parent
directories, errors that likely have nothing to do with wc-ng or
...Either way, since Hyrum announced he's rolling 1.6.10 tomorrow, this
patch may or may not make it in time.
Received on 2010-03-31 08:01:32 CEST