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Re: Browser displays inaccessible subfolders

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 04 Mar 2010 22:17:35 +0100

On 04.03.2010 00:22, larry carleton wrote:
> User U has r access to folder A and subfolder B, but no access to
> subfolder C.
> In the browser, at URL for A, U can see icons for both B and C (though
> contents of C will appear empty).
> If U does update to a disk directory for A, U will get subdirectory B
> and its contents but no subdirectory C.
> Is there a way to configure so that C will not be visible to U in the
> browser?
> (So what U sees is what U gets...)

You'd have to ask for such a change on the Subversion mailing list. It's
the svn library that returns this data (actually, the server part). So
TSVN only shows what the server returns.


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