[cvsnt] 2.0.51 windows clien - problems:

Tony Hoyle tmh at nodomain.org
Fri Jul 30 12:21:17 BST 2004

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Harrison, Andrew wrote:
> Ok, the problem seems to be when committing a file. I changed the 
> permissions to Full Control for Admin, Domain Users & Everyone, made a 
> change and then committed the file. I looked in the RCS file and the 
> permissions were 666. I manually editted the RCS file to change it to 
> 777 and checked the file out again. This time the permissions were set 
> better. It wasn't Full Control, but it was enough to gain execute 
> permissions. I then modified the file and committed it again without 
> modifying the permissions. Again the new revision in the RCS file has 
> permissions of 666.
> This was all done with 2.0.51 client and 2.0.41 server, both running on 
> Win2K with NTFS.
Not sure what's going on there (unless it's losing them on the server 
somehow).  If I get time to do a 2.0.51a (not this week probably) I've 
implemented cygwin ntea support which hides the details a lot better 
(since it uses extended attributes instead).


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