Re: authz problem: mixing anon access + protected directory.
Daniel Shahaf wrote:
> C. Michael Pilato wrote on Wed, 16 Jul 2008 at 16:35 -0400:
>> Omry Yadan wrote:
>>> I believe I found a bug with the behavior of SVN when working with
>>> directories protected in authz.
>>> I tested it with svn 1.5.
>>> my goal is to have a repository which is accessible anonymously, with a
>>> protected directory that is only available to specific users.
>>> the problem is that when I check out from the repo, I don't get the
>>> protected directory even when my user is supposed to have full (read
>>> write) access to it (when I check-out, the protected dir is skipped).
>> You'll want to read this:
> Which (if any) of the workarounds described there is implemented for the
> svn-org repository? Is there a reason we don't use the last one (quoted
> Finally, you could setup a second <Location> block in your
> httpd.conf file which points to the same repository but with
> a slightly different URL (for example, with "-no-anon" appended to
> it). In this block, disallow anonymous access. Then add a matching
> redundant entry in your authz file, too:
> * =
> @writers = rw
I am using that workaround for svn-org.
C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
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Received on 2008-07-17 20:21:43 CEST
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