RE: Subversion repository config problem
From: Cooke, Mark <mark.cooke_at_siemens.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011 08:03:11 +0000
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Forgive my *nix noob status but is that not due to the local security configuration, I do not think that is built in to the trac code itself? Professional versions of windoze can be configured for security but the defaults are much more "relaxed" than *nix (AFAIK)!
> I would say it was a fundamental trac problem, resulting from a
...or perhaps just the assumption that if you are using http(s) for trac you will be doing the same with svn and from the same user. Hmm, thinking about it, there should be no reason for the httpd user to run trac-admin except for this, so putting the code in trac-admin was perhaps a design mistake?
> There might be a way to configure trac-admin to allow anyone to make
...so one solution would be to split the update code out of trac-admin so that can be made available without exposing the more powerful admin functionality?
I think this might be worth a ticket at t.e.o...
> Sigh - I will just strongly suggets to our engineers that they use
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