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Setting the Execute Bit on Checkout

From: Robert Reeves <robert.reeves_at_newisys.com>
Date: 2006-01-06 00:38:15 CET


My BIOS developers store their compile time exe's in SVN. When I issue
"svn co https://server/svn/path/to/source" my compile time exe's do not
have the executable bit set. When my dev's "svn co", theirs is set

I say properly, because when I attempt to run the build, I get an access
denied error. What is completely ridiculous about this is that we're
both on windows boxes...


C:\dev\tools600>ls -al NMAKE.EXE
-rw-rw-rw- 1 robert.reeves Domain Users 45568 Jan 5 16:58 NMAKE.EXE


C:\dev\tools600>ls -al NMAKE.EXE
-rwx------- 1 joe.blow Domain Users 45568 Jan 5 16:58 NMAKE.EXE

Is this a SVN issue or is something else going on?

We have tried both TortoiseSVN and cygin's SVN. Both respond the same.


Received on Fri Jan 6 01:19:19 2006

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