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Jenkins 2.303.3, Subversion plugin 2.15.1 (with SVNKit 1.10.1 r10777)
As reported in https://support.tmatesoft.com/t/on-arm64-linux-all-files-checked-out-as-executable/2728, checking out Subversion repositories on arm64 Linux creates all files with executable bits, even if they don't have svn:executable properties.
The root cause is an SVNKit bug in its handling of Linux stat structures, which is now fixed via https://issues.tmatesoft.com/issue/SVNKIT-762, in SVNKit trunk r10814. The TMateSoft people say this fix will land in the upcoming SVNKit 1.10.4 release.
When SVNKit 1.10.4 is released, please update the corresponding .jar file in the next release of the Jenkins Subversion plugin.
- is related to
JENKINS-57169 Make Subversion plugin support Subversion 1.10
We have the same issue. On a 32 bits debian system (we use for legacy, compatibility) and a raspberry pi, we end up with scripts that won't execute as well as plain C++ source files with executable permission, even though svn:exceutable properties are set correctly.
Please merge the upstream svnkit fixes!
Verified that 64 bits and 32 bits ARM issues are resolved in https://support.tmatesoft.com/t/on-arm64-linux-all-files-checked-out-as-executable/2728, which is included in SVNKit v1.10.4
Note, SVNKit v1.10.4 has been released:
It includes a fix for SVNKIT-762.