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Is it possible to copy/preserve file permissions?

From: Jan Hegner <jan.hegner_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-21 19:43:18 CET

Hi,

we're currently setting up a Subversion server using Apache2 and
authentication to a Windows Server via LDAP.

our currently used CVS looks somewhat like:

CompanyHead
I-libs
I I- lib1
I I- lib2
I ....
I- apps
   I- app1
   I- app2
  ......

Not all the libs and apps are accessible to every user.

The easiest way to set up the subversion would be

Trunk
  I-- same structrure as above
Branches
Tags

Setting the permissions for the directories in trunks is quite easy.
But at the time a more priviliged user branches, (from what I
understand, copy the trunk into the branches folder) all
non-privileged users have access to the full source tree.

Is there a way to preserve the file permissions when copying files?

Thank you!!!

Jan

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