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Re: CVSWeb

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-14 02:33:43 CEST

"Jean-Luc Wasmer" <jl.subversion@wasmer.ca> writes:

> > CVSWeb has been surpassed in functionality and maintainability by Greg
> > Stein's ViewCVS, and I've added support for Subversion to ViewCVS.
> what protocol is used to access the repository?
> If it's file:// then we loose all the great access control provided by
> Apache :-(


CVSWeb and ViewCVS are both CGI scripts that run in a web server. You
point your web browser at URIs to the cgi scripts (with particular
query strings), and various views of the repository are displayed.

So the protocol used is HTTP.

Ahhh... I think I understand your question. You're asking "does
ViewCVS have any authorization controls?" Right?

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