On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 11:36:13AM +0200, Mark Cammidge wrote:
> Danil Shopyrin wrote:
> >> Do they? Perhaps they write them by trial-and-error, testing to see
> >> if they get the behaviour they want. In that case we will break authz
> >> files that work.
> > Agree on this. From our experience, people configure access
> > permissions by trial-and-error approach. At least, they do not
> > consider the svnbook.
> I would agree that the documentation rather than the code should be
> updated. I experienced this error in the documentation when creating
> authz rules (as did others) and found something that worked correctly.
> Does anybody object if I create an issue in the documentation issue
> tracker? I'll create a patch to the English documentation to go with
> the issue.
Please go ahead and file an issue. Thanks!
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This is so much nicer than putting the boilerplate into email directly.
I wish more companies feeling they have to have the boilerplate would
follow your example!
Received on 2010-01-26 10:50:36 CET