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Read only.....

From: pablo <paul.i.williams_at_manchester.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 09:08:35 -0700 (PDT)


Newbie to all this, I have done a search of the archives, apologies if
I missed it.

Basically I am a programmer of data acquisition software. I have
several users scattered around who run the software. I don't want them
changing (committing I believe is the term!) my master repository.

Can I set up the master repository to be read only unless there is
some sort of authentication? Or do I need a mirror repository with
read only and if so, is that something I can set up with TortoiseSVN
or is that purely a server setting?

Excuse what is probably ignorance and not thorough reading of he



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