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Re: ACLs in Subversion (was: Re: Authz)

From: Glenn A. Thompson <gthompson_at_cdr.net>
Date: 2002-05-24 05:46:49 CEST



> 1. revision 9 has no ACLs.
> 2. I add an ACL to BAR and commit. I now have rev 10.
> 3. Random Joe comes along and can't read BAR
> 4. he falls back to rev 9 and reads BAR since it has no ACL.

OK thats what I hoped you meant. Read can be exposed. Not write. But it was
readable at 9 before anyway. I think this is reasonable and consistant. The
default mechanism being kicked around could come in handy for this. Default the ACL
on the parent dir so that the first version always gets an ACL.


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