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From: Cristiano Paris <paris_at_algonet.uniroma2.it>
Date: 2004-03-05 01:41:03 CET

Hi everyone,

I've just finished setting up my first three subversion repositories and
I've been dealing with acess control problems. Initially I decided to
use the authz_svn_module but soon discovered it has too many limitations
as I wanted to use SVNParentPath and have a Require directive in a
Limit section.

So I decided to use the access control primitives directly available in
Apache, and it seems to work quite good. Apache is more flexible than
authz_svn_module I think. So the point here is: what is the rationale
of authz_svn_module? Is there a real difference between using Apache
access control or using authz_svn_module?

I think I'm missing something...


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