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Re: User Authentication

From: si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-17 02:47:53 CET

> > The way our team is going to set up TortoiseSVN is on a shared network
> > drive, which everyone has access to. We are not going to set up the
> > repository on a server such as Apache. While reading through the
> > manual, I don't see any place to set user authentication and which files
> > they can access etc without setting up a server. Do you know if there
> > is any way around this? If you could, please email be back directly.
> > Thank you for your time.
> You must use a server to enforce authentication and authorization.
> Why don't you just set up svnserve? It is very light-weight and easy to do.

Agreed. svnserve + svnservice is quick and painless.

Also, if you're sharing the one working copy and introducing
Subversion to your team for the first time, then people are
bound to forget to commit (at least in the beginning).

So be aware that if more than one person is working on the
same files, then when a commit does take place it may be
the culmination of more than one persons work. This also has
an impact if someone is unsure of what "Revert" does :)


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Received on Fri Mar 17 02:47:59 2006

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