SVN 1.10 AuthZ file parsing too strict?!
From: Doug Robinson <doug.robinson_at_wandisco.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2019 17:07:57 -0500
Honored committers (and the rest of us):
It's come to my attention that if a group is defined in an AuthZ
svnauthz: E220003: Error while parsing authz file: ...
1. From a compatibility standpoint it really should be a Warning,
2. From a usability standpoint it really should simply be supported.
a) stripping out all references to the team and losing all of the
b) configuring a dummy account for the team and hoping that the
c) leaving the team around and fixing SVN to allow an empty team
My preference would be first 2c and, if not, then 1. But that's
Not sure about the history of why this change was made? I'd like
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