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From: Adrian Robert <arobert_at_cogsci.ucsd.edu>
Date: 2004-02-23 17:58:12 CET

> But I don't know how to restrict it to a required directory.
> My repo lies in /home/svn, so my URI looks like this:
> svn co svn+ssh://repo.vernet.pl/home/svn/bip/trunk
> How can I restrict (like running svnserve -r) svn through ssh?

Has anyone found a way to do this? It is not only a pain to have to do:


instead of:


but it can be construed as a security risk to be exposing absolute
paths like this.

Either a global config (/etc/svnserve.conf) or configs in every user's
.subversion directory would be needed.

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