[Moin-user] Q: Protecting Help* and other pages
kjcole at gri.gallaudet.edu
Wed Jun 5 12:30:04 EDT 2002
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> >So, I'm wondering if there's a way to make the Help* files (and any
> >other critical ones) immutable.
> I see no immediate solution, but will make a TODO entry regarding this.
> Do you run the CVS version?
Nope. I'm using whatever's considered stable. (I don't use CVS enough
to be fluent. I think the only time I've ever retrieved anything was
when I grabbed Boa Constructor.)
- From my point of view, the simplest fix would be to screw with how
it handles the exception resulting from trying to change a "chattr'd"
file, but that wouldn't be a very cross-platform solution.
No hurry. I can warn people that it'll blow up if they try to change
things that I don't let them change. Or they can figure it out the hard
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