inaccessible shared repositories
warthog618 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 8 15:34:52 GMT 2006
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I just noticed that this situation also causes the following selftests
This in itself worries me. Shouldn't the selftests be running in a
Or might they go twiddling with my shared repositories?
And more importantly, shouldn't "ouside" be "outside"?
Kent Gibson wrote:
> Hi all,
> I ran across a small wrinkle wrt shared repositories. 'bzr branch'
> goes looking for a containing shared repository before deciding
> whether to create a new one. To find a containing shared
> repository, bzr walks up the path until it finds one. If the one it
> finds it not accessible (e.g. it is owned by someone else) then bzr
> bzr: ERROR: Permission denied: u'/.bzr/branch-format': [Errno 13]
> Permission denied: u'/.bzr/branch-format'
> (In my case I have a bzr repository in / that is owned by root and
> not accessible to other users - chmod 700.)
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