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Re: Repository created on a networked file system(FSFS type) has fouled up permissions

From: Andy Peters <devel_at_latke.net>
Date: 2006-10-10 03:45:50 CEST

On Oct 6, 2006, at 12:57 PM, John Masson wrote:

> I have created a repository on a networked file system(FSFS) and
> one of my
> colleagues committed a change and now I can't commit any changes!
> The repo browser shows that he is now the author of the main
> branch. I
> can check stuff out but I cannot commit anything. The remote file
> system shows that I am still the owner of all the files, however the
> windows file system shows that my colleague owns the latest
> revision that
> he checked in.
> I tried changing the author in the repo browser but I cannot do
> that. I
> used to able to edit the log messages but I cannot do that on the
> revisions
> that he checked in. I can still edit the log messages on the older
> revisions that I checked in. Is their some utility to change these
> permissions? Is there some way
> to make the repository ignore permissions? The network file system
> has its
> own access control list so we don't need to have the repository worry
> about it. Is this a problem with windows? I am looking to roll
> TSVN out
> to many more of my colleages but this is a major problem I need to
> resolve.

Sounds like you're using file:/// access rather than using a server.

-a

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