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RE: Read only.....

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 12:13:28 -0400

> > 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
> > manual
> >
> > Paul
> Yes, of course you can do this. See that pesky manual thing to learn
> how.

Sorry, to go one step futher, yes you set up authentication at the server. You will need to run either and svnserve server or an Apache server. Both allow you to set up path based authentication.



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