-Darlene D Choontanom wrote:
-> We just recently upgraded to CVS 1.12.9, and noticed that the group
-> membership on our various CVS repositories are not working like they
-> used to. In previous versions, a user just had to be a member
-> Unix group in order to be able to modify a repository. Now,
-> they need to change their effective gid via the "newgrp"
-> order to access it.
-I wouldn't have expected this to happen and have seen no evidence of it
-here. Perhaps 1.12.x changed some file or directory access in such
-way as to interact with your UNIX file system in a new way? If you
-could give us more specific information about how to reproduce this and
-perhaps exactly which operations are failing? Specific error messages
-would be helpful, as would specific OS and client versions.
Sorry about that; the actual version of CVS we're
using is 1.12.12, not *.10 (or *.9 ...); the CVS repository is hosted on
Sun fileservers; the clients are either running Solaris 8 or 9 or some
variant of Windows running winCVS. A transcript from a Solaris session
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