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RE: tortiseSVN problems

From: Duke Quarcoo <Duke.Quarcoo_at_virgin-exp.com>
Date: 2005-01-06 23:17:26 CET

> I can't figure out how to get stuff checked out without the read-only
> flag set (which is hugely annoying).

Hi Link,
Are you using the cygwin command-line client?
Then it might be the cause for this problem
I used the 1.1.1 version of cygwin svn and it set the read-only attribute of
.svn/entries and a few other files after every operation. Im now using
tortoiseSVN and the linux svn client on a mounted working copy and have no
hassle anymore.
I dont know if you have the same type of problem though...?

Duke

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