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Re: Mimic pserver cvs readers/writers?

From: Laurent Julliard <Laurent.Julliard_at_xrce.xerox.com>
Date: 2004-03-02 15:04:31 CET

Tobias Ringström wrote:
> Laurent Julliard wrote:
>
>> I'm considering a move from cvs to svn. i went through the
>> documentation and couldn't find a way to tune svnserve access control
>> so that it mimics what pserver does on cvs with readers and writers
>> file containing the name of people allowed to read or write to the CVS
>> repo.
>>
>> In this case you can have authenticated users with read-only access.
>> Can I do that with svnserve?
>
>
> Absolutely. See
>
> http://svnbook.red-bean.com/html-chunk/ch06s03.html#svn-ch-6-sect-3.2
>
> /Tobias
>
> .
>

I read that section before sending my first email (and read it again
after your answer) but I still don't see how to mimic the
readers/writers from cvs.

What I see in the svnserver documentation is that you have 2
categories of users: "anonymous" and "authenticated". Authenticated
users can be granted either read only or read/write access globally
but I do not see how to specify that certain authenticated users have
read/write access while some other authenticated users are read-only.

Can you do that?

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