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Permission to a perticular folder to a perticular user

From: Ritesh Nadhani <riteshp_at_webyog.com>
Date: 2005-12-20 15:56:00 CET

Hello,

We are small development company and we have been using Subversion 1.1 with
its own file system (we found BerkeleyDB to be very unstable) for our basic
revision control system. Currently, we have created users where everybody
has read/write access and to all the projects which is cool with us :)

My password.conf file looks like:

[users]
user1=pwd
user2=pwd
user3=pwd
.....
.....

Now I want to create a user which has access (both read & write) only to one
perticular folder of a project. E.g. a sample URL to the trunk folder is
like:

svn://192.168.1.1:3690/svnrepos/project1/trunk
svn://192.168.1.1:3690/svnrepos/project2/trunk

Now I want to create a user only to have access to the two folders:

svn://192.168.1.1:3690/svnrepos/project1/trunk {and his sub
directories..basically I want to have access to only one project}.
svn://192.168.1.1:3690/svnrepos/project/trunk/somefolder {I dont want to
give the user access to the trunk as it contains the source code but to a
perticular folder which contains the help file details}.

I am sure the first problem is very easy but not about the second problem.
Can somebody provide link or help to the two question?

PS: Upgrading Subversion is *not* a problem if required.

Regards,
Ritesh

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