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Strange lock/unlock behavior in version 1.2

From: Daniel Jedecke <djedecke_at_1101itsolutions.de>
Date: 2005-05-25 13:10:56 CEST

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Hello,

i played around with version 1.2 of subversion and found a litte bug.

i have a file called "dosomething.pl" with permissions 555
( svn:needs-lock set )
when i lock the file with "svn lock dosomething.pl" the file have the
permission 644.

if i unlock the file. the permissions are set to 444 and the
executeable flag won't be set.

Properties on 'dosomething.pl':
   svn:executable
   svn:needs-lock

if i make changes an commit the file, its set correctly to 555.

Can anybody confirm that behavior?

Daniel
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