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From Eric Fetzer <>
Subject Re: stcheckout on
Date Fri, 11 Jun 2010 20:34:50 GMT
The problem is that I'm trying to check out recursively.  It creates the first folder, tries
to create the second folder and crashes because it created the first with 666 perms.  So
it appears that stcheckout is rather jacked up in unix.

From: reno <>
To: Ant Users List <>
Sent: Fri, June 11, 2010 12:57:45 PM
Subject: Re: stcheckout on

Eric Fetzer wrote:
> When using stcheckout recursively in Linux, I'm getting a folder created with permissions
of 666, and thus, it can't checkout anything below the folder out because it doesn't have
permissions.  Any way to say check out and give files / folders ??? perms?

it seems that the <stcheckout> task does not support files permission[1]
you could use after checking out the <chmod> task on your folder[2]

[1] :
[2] :

hope this help


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