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Re: [TSVN] Unversioning files

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-08-19 15:45:41 CEST

BobF wrote:
> Speaking of "nice", it would be *nice* if there was an option to allow
> comment editing. Make the default no edits, but have an
> administrator-accessible option to allow them.
> Yes, I'm aware of the hooking concept to enable comment editing. What I'm
> suggesting is a minor shift in mindset - one that let's svn/tsvn *users*
> work the way they wish without becoming svn/tsvn *developers*.

How would that work? That feature is controlled by the hook, which is a
Subversion feature.

a. There is no way for us to remotely access the repo server and change
the hook scripts.
b. Even if we could, that would open a huge security hole. _Anyone_
could change the hook scripts then.

Since we even give you an example hook script in the manual, I cannot
see why it is a big deal to copy it into your repository hooks directory.


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