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[PATCH] svnserve per-user read/write access control

From: Alec Thomas <subversion-list_at_swapoff.org>
Date: 2004-09-03 18:42:03 CEST


Please consider this patch for inclusion. It implements per-user access
control for svnserve. Access is specified in an [auth] section of the
svnserve.conf file.

An example svnserve.conf might look like this:

        # Default to read access for both authenticated and unauthenticated
        # users.
        anon-access = read
        auth-access = read
        password-db = /svn/conf/global-passwd

        # Let athomas have write access to the repository.
        athomas = write
        # Deny gchristian access to the repository.
        gchristian = none

I'm not sure what the policy is on configuration sections, but reusing
SVN_CONFIG_SECTION_AUTH seemed appropriate.


* subversion/svnserve/serve.c
  (get_access): Extra permission check against entries in the [auth]
  section in svnserve.conf. Users are listed in the form user =
  permission which overrides the defaults specified by anon-access and

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