masque de creation

Klaus Sonnenleiter klaus at m-machine.com
Sun Oct 15 15:57:10 UTC 2000


Christian,

You're right - if I understood the original correctly with my vacation-only French,
it complained about KDevelop not honoring the default umask settings made by the
admin. Therefore they are unable to share files the way they are used to on their
system. CVS would fix that, but this could also point to a bug in KDevelop (not sure
though since I don't know enough about how umask settings are supposed to be
treated).

Oh, and: Nobody was advocating the use of cervesia to fix programming problems with
mood altering drugs ;-) Cervisia IS really a CVS frontend.

Klaus Sonnenleiter
The Media Machine, LLC

"Christian R. M. Koerber" wrote:

> Ralf Nolden wrote:
> >
> > > Maybe (I know no French and certainly read English better than I write it).
> > >
> > > It's about read/write access rights on files (this was probably very bad
> > > English). Amphone writes that he/her (sorry for that) works with other
> > > students on a project using KDevelop. By default, files created by KDevolop
> > > are accessable only by the creating user until he/she changes the access
> > > rights on/for(?) the file manualy.
> > > I guess that Amphone suggests to integrate an option into KDevelop, that all
> > > created files should be accessable by a group by default.
> > >
> > > Greetings Christian
> >
> > When using Unix ;-) this shouldn´t be a task for kdevelop, it should be
> > the one of the admin to set all users under the same group or add them
> > to a "developer" group. Otherwise, why don´t they use CVS ? This would
> > be the simplest solution with Cervesia and KDevelop combined.
> >
> > Greetings,
> >
> > Ralf
> >
> Right. As far as I understood Amphone, becoming a group member isn't the
> problem. The problem is, that files created by kdevelop aren't accessable by
> other group members by default. I don't consider this a problem but Amphone
> seems to do so. This seems to apply to repositories as well ("In fact kdevelop
> 1.2 tiend not account of the masks of creation of files and repertoires")?
> If this is so, and I really don't know, I don't even care, it would be annoying
> if someone writes some code and walks home forgetting to adjust the file rights.
>
> I know a lot about beer but nothing about cervesia, just in case this wasn't a
> joke but a pointer to a CVS administrating software.
> Anyway, if this is so important, I suggest Amphone overcomes his/her reluctance
> to write in English and contacts the mailing list once more.
>
> B.t.w. I love kdevelop since I always hated (x)emacs and all those vi derivati-
> ves.
>
> Greetings Christian





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