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Re: File permissions on .subversion folder

From: Manuel Vacelet <manuel.vacelet_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-07 09:15:43 CEST

2005/6/6, Greg Thomas <thomasgd@omc.bt.co.uk>:
> Although I've been a long time Subversion on Windows user, I've
> recently started using Subversion on UNIX for the first time.
> I've just noticed that the $HOME/.subversion folder and it's contents
> are set to world read - in particular, $HOME/.subversion/auth/. Now,
> this matches my umask, but I would think given the contents of the
> auth folder Subversion should over-ride the umask and set it to user
> r/w only.

As Ben said, auth directory is 0700 but I already reported here (with
a CC on -dev) this issue about .subversion/servers that can contain
passwords and is readable by anybody.

On -dev it seems this is not a subversion issue but a user issue: "If
you store a password, you have to check corresponding file

But I don't trust people enough (me at first) to completly agree this
point of view :)

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