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Permissions autoversioning mac os x

From: Karl Jackson <karl.jackson_at_starfarmproductions.com>
Date: 2006-06-09 18:55:17 CEST

Hi all,
I am trying to enable autoversioning from Mac OS X client.

I have installed apache 2.2.2 and subversion 1.3.1 on an os x box and set it
up. I initially had some strange issues where I got error messages about
invalid filenames so I just used <chmod -R 777> to make the repository
writable for testing purposes.

Now, I can mount the repository but when I try and drag a text file into it
I get an error message that says "The operation cannot be completed because
you do not have sufficient privileges for some of the items".
However, after the message, the system does go ahead and create a file in
the repository with the same name, except that is has no text in it. And
when I open that file , it is opened as "read-only".

I can also create folders in the mounted repository, and everytime one of
these blank files or new folders are created , my revision numbers increase.

Any help or insight on what is going on here would be most welcome !

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