[cvsnt] Re: Loosing Unix Permissions after tagging file!
agaganov at openwaygroup.com
Fri Aug 5 08:10:37 BST 2005
> Andrew Gaganov wrote:
> > Today, we simply tag this file, and it loose Executable
> attribute in
> > CVS repository, and when we checkout it, it's not executable.
> Tagging doesn't create or modify revisions, so it is not the tag that
> did anything.
> Did someone commit from Windows?
I think I understand what happened!
I had solaris CVS server with CVS 1.11.2.
It stores unix permissions in real unix permissions of CVS file inside CVS
-r-xr-xr-x 1 cvs cvs 2293 Aug 4 15:53 buildall,v
We migrate to CVSNT, and tag this file! It became to:
-r--r--r-- 1 cvs cvs 3194 Aug 5 10:59 buildall,v
When I commit executable from linux, I discovered that CVSNT stores unix
permissions inside CVS repository file:
and now everything works fine.
Commit from windows (2.0.51d) set permissions to 777 (it also OK).
So, as I understand, we should recommit all unix executable files from unix,
and all will be OK.
Am I right ?
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