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Re[2]: Shared working copy

From: Katana <katana_at_katana-inc.com>
Date: 2004-09-10 19:34:30 CEST

Hello Steve,

> Plus all users need 'umask 002', and do
> find /top/level/directory -type d |xargs chmod g+s
> so that any new files get the right groupid.
But as far as I've noticed so far, the problem is that newly created
files, and several files in .svn folders are assigned different
permissions.

But someone on the IRC channel guided me to a page on the manual with
an explanation on how to force a umask before running SVN operations,
so I guess it will be alright:

 - svn will apply umask 664 to newly created files

 - when TSVN is used over samba, smb settings should generate the
 correct umask, so it should be alright

I hope everything will be file :)

Thanks for your answers.

-- 
Best regards,
 Katana                            mailto:katana@katana-inc.com
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