Bug#140349: ITP: cvs-conf -- Manage your configuration files via CVS
martin f krafft <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> i am not doubting this, but there's a reason why CVS disables the
> permission storage mechanism by default: it works only sporadically
> (read the source). are you aware of this? does cvs-conf make use of
> it? or does it provide its own means to restore permissions and
Yes it provides its own means to restore permissions and owner
a .conf subdirectory is created in the host's directory. a file named
rights keeps all these information.
in fact, when a file is add in the current backup, cvs-conf retrieves
all information from the original file add adds it to the rights file.
Sebastien J. Gross | Debian GNU/Linux
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