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permissions wrapper and svn+ssh?

From: David Coppit <subversion_at_coppit.org>
Date: 2005-01-26 16:39:10 CET

In the subversion book it's recommended that you use a wrapper to make
sure that permissions are not hosed by a user with a restrictive umask:


My sysadmins don't want to diverge from the default installation, so I
plan to create this wrapper as /home/coppit/bin/svn in my own account,
tell the developers to add /home/coppit/bin to their PATH before
/usr/bin.(They trust me not to put a nefarious ls in there. :)

My question is this: Do I need to worry about permissions with svn+ssh
access? If so, is there a fix like the above that doesn't require
diverging from the default installation?


David Coppit david@coppit.org
The College of William and Mary http://coppit.org/

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