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auth allowing access to logs only?

From: Tom Ketola <tom_at_mail.solidstatenetworks.com>
Date: 2007-01-31 19:29:35 CET

We are in the process of setting up Jira here at the office, and it seems to integrate nicely with subversion. The only issue we are running into is that we have certain repositories that only a couple developers have access to, and we need to keep it setup this way. Jira can integrate well with subversion's logging, but I don't want to expose an account that can actually get a copy of the code from these repositories. Is there a way to set up an account that only has access to the log messages from subversion (we are using an apache server w/ subversion)? I was thinking of something along the lines of being able to give an account or group r, w, rw, or l access, and if it has access to l, it cannot get code, but can get the history on a file. From what I've looked at, it doesn't look like there is anything along these lines currently, but if I develop something along these lines, would it be possible to get the code merged into the mainline? And if I do develop this c!
 ode, do I need to look at anything other than the mod_authz_svn code? Thanks.

Tom Ketola
Solid State Networks


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