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From Carlos Adean <carlosad...@linea.gov.br>
Subject Re: .svn/wc.db as group writable
Date Mon, 20 Feb 2017 12:40:36 GMT
Hi Stefan,

First of all thank you for the answer.

----- Mensagem original -----
> De: "Stefan" <luke1410@posteo.de>
> Para: users@subversion.apache.org
> Enviadas: Domingo, 19 de fevereiro de 2017 9:31:26
> Assunto: Re: .svn/wc.db as group writable
> 
> Hi Carlos,
> 
> do you really need one working copy to be shared alongside multiple
> users? I understand there might be cases where this is reasonable,
> but
> usually I'd suggest to have one WC per user. I take it that if you
> change this, this would solve the problem you are facing, no?
> 

You're right and I do this is not common, however there is a special case where the repos
need to be shared with multiple users.

> On the other side, the SVN version you are using is quite ancient and
> no
> longer supported. I'd suggest you to upgrade to SVN 1.9.5 (or at
> least
> to 1.8) if possible. Note that even SVN 1.7.14 is years old and not
> the
> latest build of the 1.7-branch (which would be 1.7.22). At least
> consider upgrading to SVN 1.7.22 to determine whether the problem you
> are facing was a bug in SVN which got already solved.
> 

I'll update as you suggested.

> On the specific issue: I'm not getting completely what problem you
> are
> facing. Are you expecting that SVN sets the group for .svn/wc.db
> according to some group you set up by itself so it's readably/usable
> by
> other users than the one who did the repository checkout?
> 
> Regards,
> Stefan
> 

So, I have set umask 002 and it works for all files except on .svn/wc.db - maybe I'm wrong
and this is not a SVN problem.

Again, I know this is unusual situation but is how we need to work.



Cheers,

--
Carlos

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