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Re: Repo browser won't show a directory whose parent directory cannot be read

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2011 20:22:43 +0100

On 29.11.2011 15:17, Gunter.Koenigsmann_at_semikron.com wrote:
> Problem: Repo-Browser won't show directories if the user has no "read"
> rights for one of their parent directories in the repository
> Repository layout the problem was encountered with:
> repository root (User has read rights for this folder)
> |
> +-Subfolder (no read rights for current user)
> |
> +-Folder that has been checked out (User has read rights for
> this folder)
> How to reproduce:
> - Remove the "read" access rights for only one folder (but not for its
> subfolders) on the server side
> - check out one of the subfolders
> - Right-click on the folder it has been checked out to and call the
> repo browser
> - The repo browser will show the parent dir of the folder it does not
> have "read" rights for instead of showing the dir it has been activated
> in - even if it has read rights for this directory.
> Expected Behavior:
> The repo-browser was expected to show the folder it was activated in.

Opened issue #146 for this:


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