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Limiting access to only commit messages

From: David Resnick <abunetta_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-25 14:35:41 CET

I asked this question on the users list but didn't get any replies.

I need to secure an Apache hosted Subversion repository so that it can be
accessed off-site by a JIRA (bug tracking) server.

What I need to know is if there are a set of Apache access methods (like
OPTIONS, PROPFIND, etc.) that can be used to allow a user to be limited to
getting only log commit messages, without allowing access to the actual
contents of the repository.

The Blanket Access Control section of the Subversion book
erconfig.httpd.authz.blanket) hints that this might be possible, but doesn't
describe what the connection is between Apache access methods and Subversion

Thanks in advance,
David Resnick

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Received on Wed Jan 25 14:35:04 2006

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