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Tony Hoyle wrote: > Glen Starrett wrote: > >> I spoke too soon. Now, I can ALWAYS commit regardless of the ACL >> permissions. I renamed the 'admin' file in case that was doing it >> (it wasn't). Please advise if I'm doing something wrong here. >> > what branch is test.c on? If it's not listed it just defaults to rwc > - which isn't really intuitive, as you'd expect the default with no > branch to be used as a 'global default', but it's always been like > that... I only just realized it myself by stepping through it. > I'm operating on grs-test1 branch and yes, once I put a default for that specific branch it denies me access like I would expect... but I would think that in the absence of a specific branch default that it would always go back to the global default. Otherwise locking down "everything except the active branches" could be quite messy. -------------------- Glen Starrett