On Monday, June 8, 2015 at 10:53:33 AM UTC+2, Rossella Barletta wrote:
> Yes i tryed on Windows and it works perfectly, it does not have the same 
> behaviour. The permission problems comes out only when i push from Linux 
> (after pulling a bundle).
> Basically having the git repo on Windows and cloning from it on Linux 
> gives me the permission problems after pushing the modifications from the 
> bundle file. If the clone is created on Windows, pushing after pulling a 
> bundle does not give any problem.
> Even thinking about a user permission problem, consider that the same user 
> could perfectly push before (i mean before pulling the bundle) and to avoid 
> any doubt i gave the chmod -R 777 permission to all the files after pulling 
> the bundle.
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