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Fri, 20 Dec 2002 18:57:02 -0500 (EST)
Prakash Subramanian writes [in one long line]:
> when users checkout code, the scripts default to their umask settings
> example rw-rw-r-- and hence they have to chmod everytime, how can I get
> them to check out scripts with desired permissions
If you're just concerned with execute permission, CVS copies the execute
permissions from the repository file so all you have to do is set the
permissions on the repository files correctly and all will be well.
(Coincidentally, CVS also sets the execute permissions on the repository
file the very first time it's checked in.) If that's not sufficient,
you'll just have to live with chmod, give them a script or some other
tool to do it for them, or fix the PreservePermissions code in CVS.
Aw Mom, you act like I'm not even wearing a bungee cord! -- Calvin