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Jurko Gospodnetic wrote: >> Probably not. This is generally an admin activity, and you need this >> feature most when you set up permissions for other users/groups. So the >> user/group would be usually the one given as argument, just with the >> lsacl command now. > > Hmmm.... but the cvs lsacl command does not have a user parameter... Oh yes, of course :) My bad. But I think this mistake of mine is the source of the difference in opinion. Listing the recursive permissions for all possible combinations of users, groups, tags and commands is probably not an easy task. Finding the relevant combinations is already a problem. But listing the recursive permissions for one single user or group seems to be what you are talking about. My argument still stands that this is most useful not for the individual user but for the admin, so instead of having to run lsacl with the global -d option or having to set CVSROOT accordingly, adding a -u option (like chacl has it) for a recursive listing of permissions seems to make more sense. Gerhard