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Changing permissions after a checkout

From: Paul Kilima <paul.kilima_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-05 17:20:59 CEST


Our PHP framework is versioned under subversion (*). Apache is
configured so that each developer has his own virtualhost pointing to
his working copy.

I need a way to force a chmod after a checkout, so that
<framework_root>/{logs,tmp}/ directories are writable by httpd
(alternatively, chown httpd would be fine, except only root can do
that). I couldn't find help in the archive or in the free svn book.

How can I do that? Can file permissions be versioned or is this the
return of the infamous post-checkout hook? :)

Thank you!


(*) latest subversion available from Redhat RHEL 4 RPM
(subversion-1.1.4-2.ent and subversion-devel-1.1.4-2.ent, clients
access server through svnserve).

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