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0009620CMakeCMakepublic2009-09-30 04:482016-06-10 14:31
Kitware Robot 
0009620: install(target ...) fails to set intermediate directory permissions correctly
The install command for a target (executable, libary, module) allows to specifiy the permisions with which the target is to be installed. What install lacks is a way to specify the permissions for the path of directories that is created, e.g. when installing to an empty directory /opt/test and a Unix umask of 077, the files /opt/test/bin/myExecutable and /opt/test/lib/ have the permissions specified by the permissions statement, in my case 755. The newly created directories /opt/test/bin and /opt/test/lib have permissions 700. The same holds even for the install(directory ...) scenario: The specified directory/ies are created with the correct permissions, the intermediate directories that needed creating are created with 700 again.
cmake 2.6.2
Linux (openSUSE 11.1)
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related to 0010978closed Kitware Robot Why not skip setting permissions on existing directories? 
related to 0010126closed Kitware Robot CMake creates files with wrong permissions 
Issue History
2009-09-30 04:48jmcmNew Issue
2009-09-30 08:44Bill HoffmanStatusnew => assigned
2009-09-30 08:44Bill HoffmanAssigned To => Brad King
2010-07-13 08:48Brad KingRelationship addedrelated to 0010978
2010-07-13 08:48Brad KingRelationship addedrelated to 0010126
2012-06-25 14:31Brad KingNote Added: 0029831
2012-06-25 14:31Brad KingAssigned ToBrad King =>
2012-06-25 14:31Brad KingStatusassigned => backlog
2013-10-14 12:50Rob StewartNote Added: 0034118
2016-06-10 14:27Kitware RobotNote Added: 0041599
2016-06-10 14:27Kitware RobotStatusbacklog => resolved
2016-06-10 14:27Kitware RobotResolutionopen => moved
2016-06-10 14:27Kitware RobotAssigned To => Kitware Robot
2016-06-10 14:31Kitware RobotStatusresolved => closed

Brad King   
2012-06-25 14:31   
Moving to backlog awaiting contributed patch.
Rob Stewart   
2013-10-14 12:50   
This is a problem for me, too. If I knew where to look, I might try my hand at a patch. If it's in CMake scripting, it shouldn't be too hard. If it's in the C/C++, then I'll need instructions on finding and building the source.
Kitware Robot   
2016-06-10 14:27   
Resolving issue as `moved`.

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