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Re: How much libsvn_repos wrap around the libsvn_fs

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-12-26 22:02:44 CET

"Nitin Shukla" <nitinshukla@infotech.stph.net> writes:
> Apache can handle request for remote svn client. We can solve the problem of
> Access
> Control with your approach. But how do we go about handling the local svn
> client
> requests? One approach seems to be the hook programs but currently they are
> not
> sufficient hook programs to provide read, write control.

Nitin, are you aware that local (`ra_local') access control is
ultimately governed by OS file permissions? Even if Subversion had
ACLs, they would only be secure over ra_local with a friendly client.
Anyone could bypass the access control with a little ingenuity.

There's really no way around this problem, if the client is on the
same machine as the repository.

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Received on Thu Dec 26 22:45:09 2002

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