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Re: File permissions

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2004-11-05 15:55:06 CET

Lars Roland wrote:
> I have a huge collection of UNIX scripts and files each with sticky
> bits and all sorts of user names/permissions attached to them. Can i
> somehow force subversion to store these informations (when I do a
> add/import), so when I do a checkout the user name and permissions are
> set right ?

I don't think this could work, because as a normal user you for sure can't
create any SUID root scripts, which is a good thing.
I believe your best bet would be to store these additional things via
propget/propset and and create a script(which then of course needs to be run
as root) that scans a workingcopy, reads these SVN-properties and sets them
on the files or the other way round.



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Received on Fri Nov 5 15:55:59 2004

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