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Arthur Barrett wrote: >>> I would like to cut down the effort of setting access using chacl. My >>> plan is to develop a GUI for entering the username with the access >>> required (read,write,tag,create,control) which then invokes the chacl >>> command from the GUI. Is it feasible? Could anybody tell me which >>> software I can use for developing the GUI? >> maybe you could add this admin-feature to the already existing WinCVS >> GUI? Place your question on the cvsgui newsgroup and your questions >> about how/what software to develop would be answered from guys that >> have experiences with developing GUIs for cvsnt. see here: >> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cvsgui/ > This is already a part of the WorkspaceManager GUI, which we ship a free > version of in 2.5.04. Beta is in the cvsnt.org/wiki and an RC will be > available soon. > > Chacl is more of an administrative function (so the implication is it is > probably something you want to script on the command line), but it is > handy to have a GUI, particularly to "inspect" the attributes. What I would find more important than a GUI version of chacl is a tool that displays the effective permission for a user or group for a specific file or directory. Is something like this part of the new WorkspaceManager GUI? Gerhard