On Tue, Jun 04, 2013 at 12:10:25PM -0700, Jonathan Nieder wrote:
> >> However, since changing user id and leaving $HOME is so common, there is
> >> a patch under consideration to loosen the check only for the case of
> >> EACCES on files in $HOME. That commit is 4698c8f (config: allow
> >> inaccessible configuration under $HOME, 2013-04-12); it's not yet in any
> >> released version of git, though.
> > I've a PHP script in ~/public_html that runs git. Without the mentioned
> > patch, the script bails out due to this error. This time it's Apache
> > that gets me into trouble because at the time the PHP script and git
> > run, $HOME is still /root, but the user identity is not root anymore.
> > The patch is direly needed; without it, I need to use 'env
> > HOME=/home/j6t /usr/local/bin/git' in my script.
> I could be remembering wrong, but I thought it was not so much "under
> consideration" as "accepted for 1.8.4". I haven't heard any
> compelling reasons not to apply it.
> Would it would make sense against earlier releases as well?
Yeah, I think it would. I only said "under consideration" because I saw
that it was in "next" and not elsewhere, and did not hunt down the exact
status in "What's Cooking".
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