OS permission oddity when doing svn propset, commit, merge
From: Patrick Tou <ptou_at_Crossroads.com>
Date: 2006-02-03 03:59:47 CET
I am seeing an oddity using svn propset, commit, merge.
1:branch$ svn propset svn:executable on file
2:branch$ ls file
# I see the file now has +x set on it
3:branch$ svn commit
10:trunk$ svn merge -r old:latest $BRANCHURL
11:trunk$ ls file
# The file is the original -x
12:trunk$ svn diff file
# Tells me property change
13:trunk$ rm file
14:trunk$ svn update
15:trunk$ ls file
# I see the file now has +x set
My question is, shouldn't 10 cause the WC in ./trunk/file to get the
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