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Restricted code access

From: John Emmas <johne53_at_tiscali.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2009 11:58:22 -0000

Helllo everyone,

I've tried various concurrent versioning systems including CVS (Tortoise),
SVN (Tortoise and others) and an interesting solution called Code Co-op.
One of the nice things about Code Co-op is that users have to be invited to
"join" your project. Therefore it's possible to make your source code
available to developers (even if they're spread throughout the world)
without needing to make it available to the general public. This makes it
very useful for proprietory projects.

I just wondered if there's any similar feature in TortoiseSVN (or SVN
generally). For example, could I arrange my source code so that anyone
wishing to have SVN access would first need some kind of authorisation? For
example, I could give them a special access code or add their details to a
special project database.

If anything like this exists, where could I find out more about it?




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