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Re: SVN and executable permissions
On 2012-12-05 20:24, Burton Samograd wrote:> bartels
>>> Is there way to specify to svn on the command line or though a config
>>> file that these types of files should automatically have executable
>> svn propset svn:executable "*"<your file>
> Any idea why this has to be done with the command line version of svn
> and not with Tortise?
TortoiseSVN lets Windows manage the ACLs for the files checked out.
Under most circumstances, this means that *all* files have executable
permissions. Cygwin's svn only sets executable permissions if the
svn-property is set.
This is not a bug in either cygwin, svn, or tortoiseSvn. They just work
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