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howto: change modes on a versioned file?

From: Bob Kuehne <rpk_at_mac.com>
Date: 2004-02-20 12:51:04 CET


i've searched the faq, a wiki or two, and the list, but either
can't form my problem to find it properly, or it's not been
asked. either way, i'm inflicting it on the list. :)

my probelm. i've got a few build/test scripts i version in
my repository. however, in a moment of haste, i checked one
in with 644 mode. argh! now it always checks out that way,
which causes problems if i then want to run it. the rest of
my scripts i managed to check in +x (755) and so they all
check in/out properly.

the question: is there a way to change file mode/perms and
check it into the repository? or should i try something
like a svn rm/svn ci combo?


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