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Re: Incorrect behavior after changed rules

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 8 Jul 2015 20:19:42 +0200

On 08.07.2015 17:07, Ignace Danneels wrote:
> We use subversion 1.8.1 and tortoise client 1.8.7.
> We are using the access rules in Subversion Edge to control the read/write and folder access.
> The issue is the following:
> Assume a user had access to a specific subfolder in a project, but the access rule changes because of whatever reason. The new access rule specifies the user no longer has access to that specific subfolder.
> [repo:/trunk/...../subfolder]
> &user=
> What I was expecting is that when I make an update of the local repository, the access rule would be enforced on the local sandbox.
> This would mean that the subfolder is removed from the sandbox (files modified locally remain, as well as non-versioned files).
> This does not happen: instead I get the following error
> Failed to mark
> <foldername>
> abscent. Already marked for updating.

You have to report this issue on the svn users list, since it's the svn
library that causes this behavior.


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