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Re: How to install mod_dav_svn on Windows?

From: Nuutti Kotivuori <naked_at_iki.fi>
Date: 2002-12-01 22:33:20 CET

Robo wrote:
> So I thought the if you want multiple repositories to be available
> online, you would have multiple <Location> tags with different
> SVNPath, given that you don't wanna use SVNParentPath.

I'm having a hard time following what you mean. So I'm answering just
to things what I think you might mean.

If you want to have multiple repositories on the web, you can use
separate <Location> tags with different SVNPaths to do it. But do note
that this means multiple _separate_ repositories. And the repositories
cannot be nested: one repository can't be inside another. You cannot
export a part of a repository - only the whole repository or nothing.

> So if I can only have one path to my repository, how do I control
> access for individual projects? 'cos with the current config, one
> user/pass allows the person to view the dirs of all the projects in
> my repository.

Well, right now if you want to control _read_ access to parts of your
repository - you can't. You need to make a separate repository for
each project. On the other hand, if you want to control _write_
access, you can do it by taking a look of the various commit
permission hooks provided with svn.

Hope this helps.

-- Naked

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