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Re: Changing permissions after a checkout

From: Paul Kilima <paul.kilima_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-07 23:01:45 CEST

2006/10/5, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d@ryandesign.com>:
> Subversion 1.1 and 1.2 are no longer supported. You should use

Redhat provided RPM are OK for us, even if they lag with upstream.

> Subversion does not version file permissions or ownership. If you
> require this, you can build Subversion yourself from the unofficial
> "owner-group-mode" branch:

Thanks for the info.

> Hooks have nothing to do with what you're trying to do, because hooks
> run on the server, but you're asking for something to happen on the
> client.

In our context, one such hook would help: we either use CLI svn logged
on the server, or run TortoiseSVN on our PCs accessing our working
copy on the server through samba (depending on which one we like
most). I do agree this is a special use though.

> What you want can most easily be accomplished by writing a wrapper
> script around the svn checkout. Instead of calling svn checkout

The problem with a wrapper script is that it does not integrate well
in our environment (CLI svn/TortoiseSVN).

I'd be great if the features you mentioned ended up in trunk (for 1.5
maybe ? :))

Thank you for your help.

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Received on Sat Oct 7 23:02:20 2006

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