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Why svn marks all touched files as readonly after each operation? How to disable it?

From: smolki81 Gazeta.pl <smolki81_at_gazeta.pl>
Date: Thu, 24 Jul 2008 15:16:21 +0200

Every time I do commit or checkout on some files, they are marked in my
working copy as readonly. It is unconvenient for me to unmark readonly
status on each file after each SVN operation, so I seek for some way to
disable this behavior. Since I didn't found any clues on documentation
(according to it, files should not me marked as readonly, but I'm new to
SVN so don't really know), maybe some of you feels the same as me and found
I'm using windows svn client 1.4.6 version. I installed Tortoise, and it
seems to mark all touched files as readonly too, just as svn client. I
installed standard svn server, and checked visualsvn server, still, the
behavior remains the same. Checked on two different PCs, with two different
versions of Windows.
So how can I configure svn client (or Tortoise, or whatever) to not to mark
files on working copy as readonly after each commit or update? I believe it
was introduced for purpose, but I do not see the point, and it only trouble

I'm new to Subversion and this list, so please be forgiving.

Thank you,
Received on 2008-07-24 18:04:27 CEST

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