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resulting checkout permissions aren't good

From: Matthew Boehm <mboehm_at_omnovia.com>
Date: 2005-11-16 21:39:12 CET

Hey gang,
  New SVN user here. Setting up our office to use SVN for our web
projects. Got everything installed OK and it runs fine.
  Problem is, when we checkout something like this:

svn co svn://localhost/admintools admin

A folder is created in the current dir called 'admin' with all of the
stuff in it. This is correct.

The problem is, 'admin' gets created with 775 permissions. Is there
anyway to change this?

I fought with apache for about 30 min last night trying to figure out
why our checked out CGI's wheren't running. Then as a last grasph at
something I checked the suexec log and it said the dir was group write-able.

It'd be nice if I could change this default behavior to be 755.

Can i?


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