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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: Does Continuum 1.1-beta-3 alter permissions on checked out files?
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2007 11:33:21 GMT
By default continuum 1.1 use a java cvs client where 1.0.3 used the native cvs client.
It seems they don't work on the same way.
If you want to use the native cvs client, you can add the following property in the startup
script (wrapper.conf if you use the standalone version or the webapp container startup script
if you use the 
webapp):

-Dmaven.scm.provider.cvs.implementation=cvs_native

Emmanuel

jmartin a écrit :
> I have a Continuum project tied to a CVS repository with a build target that
> uses a shell script which is checked out from that repository.  In Continuum
> 1.0.3, this script executes without error, however in 1.1-beta-3, the same
> script fails with a "Permission denied" error from /bin/sh.  After looking
> in the working directory for this project, I found out that the executable
> permission is no longer set on the script used by the build target (or any
> of the other scripts in this project).  This is not the case in the
> corresponding working directory for the Continuum 1.0.3 version of this
> project, nor is it the case when I check out the scripts manually from CVS
> on the command line (in both of those cases the scripts are, as expected,
> marked as executable).
> 
> So does Continuum 1.1-beta-3 do anything to alter the permissions of the
> files that it checks out?  If so, is there some way to keep that from
> happening?
> 
> Any help would be much appreciated.  Thanks...
> 
>  -john


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