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Re: [TSVN] how should the UI look like

From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-09 20:46:26 CEST

Since it is his personal working copy, he has created the files himself.
Can it really happen that you've created the files (and thus are the
owner), but that you do not have the right to modify the permissions
on the files?

Bad luck if that can happen.
Perhaps it should be enable-/disable-able by a configuration option, then.

Eric J. Smith wrote:
> What if the current user does not have permission to modify the file ACL's?
> > The SVN model with WC's and all doesn't lend itself to the scenario
> > it's now providing functionality for. This is the missing piece that
> > provides that functionality. The SVN developers might not know this
> > because they're all on Linux boxes, but anyway :-), hehe.
> >
> > We can't know for sure right now how many applications disregard the
> > DOS read-only flag, which is really what this boils down to. ACLs is
> > a safe and hardcore (= if done right, it has the promise to Just-Work,
> > always) way to do it.

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Received on Sat Apr 9 20:50:07 2005

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