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Re: *some* files get checked out readonly

From: Donald Sharp
Subject: Re: *some* files get checked out readonly
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 09:11:46 -0500
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John -

Someone probably did a 'cvs watch on' command on those files.
If this is the case in the corresponding directory in the repository
should be a CVS directory.  There will be a fileattr file in the
CVS directory there.  To turn it off do a 'cvs watch off <filenames>'

On Thu, Mar 15, 2001 at 08:46:43AM -0500, John Klassa wrote:
> I've looked through the FAQ, but don't see an answer to this question.
> I've got a whole subdirectory (for example) in which some of the files
> *always* get checked out and updated read-only, while others don't.  I
> don't have any special CVS variables (like CVS_READ, or whatever it is)
> set.  In the repository, all of the permissions on the files are the
> same (444).  There does not appear to be anywhere that permissions bits
> are being cached, yet some of the files are always 664 upon checkout
> (and after a checkin), and others (the same others) are 444.
> I'm using a pserver setup.
> Any ideas?  This is driving me nuts. :-)
> Thanks,
> John
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