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Re: Windows SVN does't add svn:excecutable, which causes incorrect permissions for Cygwin Checkout

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-17 19:15:55 CEST

On 4/17/07, Dave Lawrence <dlawrence@ad-holdings.co.uk> wrote:
> >
> > If this is something you need in Cygwin, you should stick with a
> > Cygwin client exclusively.
> Ok here's an attempt to justify the suggestion
> We use TortoiseSVN for version control, and a Windows based editor, but
> the build environment is cygwin. Surely that's not an unusual
> configuration?
> So along comes an automated checkout-and-build script (for a nightly
> build, or automated release). Now the SVN checkout will occur in the
> Cygwin environment whereas the files were usually added with Tortoise,
> hence my problem.
> Still I'm perfectly happy with my workaround, you only have to do it once.

Why aren't you using auto-props to have the attribute set on those
file types automatically when they're added?

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