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Issue 1541 - Final [Patch] for svnadmin create --owner --group?

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2003-11-10 03:10:55 CET

I have attached another iteration of my --owner --group feature to the issue:


This version checks for root and warns if it is missing (and skips all of the
setuid/setgid/chown code), rather than throwing an error. I decided against
using apr_dir_make_recursive() instead of a mkdir(), since it would greatly
complicate the code.

The log entry is after my sig (same as the one attached to the issue).



John Peacock
Director of Information Research and Technology
Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group
4720 Boston Way
Lanham, MD 20706
301-459-3366 x.5010
fax 301-429-5747
Implement two new options to the 'svnadmin create' command to explicitely
create a new repository with rights appropriate for either
1) exclusive access by a single user/process
2) shared access by all members of an existing system group
This is likely to only be relevant to Unix-like operating systems,
where chmod(), setgid(), and setuid() are meaningful.
* configure.in
     Add tests to check for existance of chmod, setgid, and setuid
* subversion/svnadmin/main.c
     (#include) - need svn_private_config.h in order to get autoconf #define's
     (enum),(options_table),(cmd_table): add owner_id, group_id to option tables
     (subcommand_create): Add logic to get system UID and GID and switch
     current process to those values before calling svn_repos_create()
     Create empty top level repository directory first and change ownership
* doc/book/book/ch05.xml
     (svn-ch-5-sect-2): Add paragraph and link to discussion of --owner and
     --group options in svn-ch-5-sect-5.
     (svn-ch-5-sect-5): Document the use of --owner and --group to create
     the repository with specific rights for limited repository access.
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