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Re: ACLs

From: Josh Siegel <joshs_at_stormbirds.org>
Date: 2005-04-15 21:37:08 CEST

>By "SVN" I was sort of abstractly referring to Subversion as a whole,
>not just the client.
>Anyhow, I haven't looked at the code for how authentication works in
>Subversion at all, so I'm kinda wondering if there wouldn't be an
>"easy" way of basically handing off responsibility for authentication
>and access control to some arbitrary external system.
>How does mod_authz_svn work?

Amusing how we all end up working on the same area...

You can use apache for authentication via ldap, mysql, or files. The
mod_authz_svn currently pulls its configuration out of a file but it
could also be modified to pull its info out of mysql. Both of these
give you a 90% solution to what you want

Of course, what we really want is putting the group/ACL info directly
into the repository instead of keeping it seperate. This would allow
copying the ACL info when you copy/tag the tree which is currently one
of the biggest holes in the whole ACL story


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