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Re: file permissions

From: Corey Minyard
Subject: Re: file permissions
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2003 21:46:03 -0600
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I have a patch at that might do what you want.

- -Corey

Lu Fang wrote:

| Hi, all
| I have installed CVS with cygwin under windows2k operation system. It is working properly. Further more,I want to specify the files permissions for different group of users. I have read the cvs manualfrom
| <>
| and I have used the command "chmod" to specify a read only access rights to the repository for the user named "cvsuser", but I found that when I log in as "cvsuser" and tried to access the repository, I can check out file and commit file properly, except that there is a warning which said that "can not write to history file". What I want is that there should be a totally fail if without write permission, but not only a warning there.
| By the way, can I make the restriction to prevent some user from reading some files from the repository? It seems that I can not take away the read permission from users by using command "chmod". It seems that all the directories and files should be readable at least for all the users.
| Can anyone give some help? thanks alot!
| Lu Fang
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