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Gerhard Fiedler wrote: > I don't think there's a good reason to leave :local: mode active. This is > one thing I agree with you -- unless I miss something. But I can't see an > application that would require :local: mode. The cited combination indeed > sounds dangerous. But take :local: away, and that problem is solved... I > think taking admin away is trying to fix the wrong end of the problem. At > least I would have to start looking for another tool then. > As a developer local mode is good for testing, but other than that I agree with you... for any normal use it should be on a server protected so that only admins can make any of the serious changes. evs doesn't have an admin command... if it does sprout one it'll be a module that's part of the web administration not part of the command line. Of course people are free to delete revisions if they have admin access to the database (although getting it right isn't necessarily trivial) personally I'm more inclined to build in controls at the server level to make the operation unnecessary (ACLs that say only certain users can commit .exe files for example). Tony