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"Arthur Barrett" <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote in message news:mailman.399.1193876344.24527.cvsnt at cvsnt.org... >The mode is on the revision, it's labelled "permissions" eg: permissions >666;. > >Very annoyingly I just discovered it doesn't appear in the rlog output >(I thought it did, but I just tested it and it doesn't). So you'll need >to look in the RCS file itself for something like this: > >220.127.116.11 >date 2005.04.27.08.37.47; author Barrett Arthur; state Exp; >branches; >next ; >deltatype text; >kopt kv; >permissions 666; >commitid e9cc426f4ebc54c9; >filename quasar_prod.asn; > > > >A permission of 666 or 777 is ok, but anything that removes the write >bit for the owner is bad, eg: 001 or 060 - his is a unix style mode >octal "string": > Owner group world > rwx rwx rwx Given that my issue isn't occuring on any one particular file, it was hard to know which to check. But I took a random sample of half a dozen files and saw that they all have Permissions 666 set. I can't even check out a project when logged in as Thomas, let alone any individual file. Any other ideas what / where else I can look? Thanks! Eric