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Tue, 24 May 2005 15:48:27 -0400
I am managing an unusual situation where we need to have several
developers working on the same directory tree. Essentially I am using
CVS as a logging mechanism, and to track revisions, but the software
in question will only work in one place (don't ask).
The problem is that each time I check something in, CVS changes the
file's permissions to 755, so that my teammates can't change it.
How do you control this behavior?
I believe this behavior is also responsible for occasional "up-to-date
check failed" messages. Since there is only one developer tree, there
are no other versions of these files to change. These messages, I
assume, are also caused by an owner or permission mismatch.
tomfool at as220 dot org
- permissions question,