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Re: Read-write access bug?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-20 18:16:47 CET

Martijn Reuvers wrote:
> Hi all,
> When setting up the following in the authz file
> ### Default is nothing
> [/]
> @admin = rw
> @twotribes = rw
> * =
> [/res/audio]
> @sound = rw
> ####
> I.e., admin and twotribes have rw access from root, all other groups don't
> have any rights. The sound group has rw access ONLY in the /res/audio folder
> (no rights anywhere else).
> However the sound group can only read in /res/audio folder, while I clearly
> specify that they should be able to write as well.
> What do I do wrong? Or is this a genuine bug ? :)

It depends on which command you want to execute. TSVN relies for some
commands to have read access to the root (e.g. the revision graph won't
work at all if you don't have read access there, and some other commands
also can require that - at least access to the log history).

Anyway: this kind of question should be asked on the Subversion mailing
list, because it definitely is server setup related and not TSVN related.


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