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Check SVN user permissions before commit

From: Dennis Estenson <destenson_at_digitalforcetech.com>
Date: Fri, 24 May 2013 15:40:10 -0700


I am not a subscriber to the list, so I would appreciate being CC'd on any replies.

How would I go about checking for user (write) permissions without actually doing a procedure that might fail due to permissions? Say, for example, I don't have write permissions to a project in SVN. I want to check that I have write permissions without trying to do a commit. In particular, I want to tag (svn cp) a number of projects, but I want to check that I have permission to perform the tags on every project before tagging any project. How would I do this?

Dennis Estenson

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