"Tony Butt" <Tony.Butt_at_cea.com.au> writes:
> On Tue, 2011-11-08 at 13:50 +0200, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
>> Tony Butt wrote on Tue, Nov 08, 2011 at 15:07:55 +1100:
>> > I tried to edit the log message of a commit made with svn+ssh://, using
>> > http:// access, and failed. Now the strange thing, after changing a
>> > different commit message for a test (using http:// access only,
>> > successsfully), drafting this email, and re-checking the revprops file
>> > in question, it was now owned by www-data - the apache user.
>> We make rev files read only intentionally. I don't remember offhand
>> how revprop files would be affected, but in any case those are never
>> changed either --- we only ever rename(2) new versions on top of old
>> And, anyway, I really don't understand your bottom line. Are you saying
>> the new behaviour is non backwards compatible? That it should be
>> changed? Or just that it's surprising?
> The new behaviour is slightly different, and slightly incompatible in
> our corner case. It was more surprising than anything else, and I wanted
> to check that I didn't need to tweak the repository config in some way
> to allow for this - possibly some subtlety with umasks that I was not
> aware of.
The fact that the files are read-only should have no effect on
Subversion operations. It should be possible to use svn+ssh and http
access simulataneously provided the repository Unix permissions are
Received on 2011-11-09 11:01:49 CET