> If so maybe calling umask(2) directly at the beginning of
> svnserve binary, instead of shipping a wrapper, would be
> cleaner. Better yet, do it with a command line switch perhaps,
> so that situations that need it (e.g. svn+ssh) can turn it on?
On my subversion server, I found it was best to wrap svnserve, svn,
viewcvs, and svnadmin. This way I am guaranteed no user will mess up the
repository permissions, even if they are a local user, or the admin.
What I'd most like to see is a field in the repository that contains a
umask that all subversion code sets before accessing that repository.
see shy jo
Received on Fri Aug 22 17:10:58 2003
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