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Question regarding mixed anymous/authenticated repository

From: Serhat Sakarya <serhat_at_sakarya.nl>
Date: 2004-03-23 12:42:51 CET

Hello,

we have been trying to use Subversion for a repository that allows both
anonymous and authenticated users. We basically followed the manual for
the apache variant, using these lines in our httpd.conf:

   Require valid-user
   Satisfy Any
   AuthType Basic

Our current authuserfile basically looks like this:
--------
[/]
* = r
serhat = rw

[/Ideas]
* =
serhat = rw
--------

When we check out /Ideas separately, the client asks for a username and
proceeds correctly. However, if we checkout the root dir (/), then no
username is used even if provided on commandline and "/Ideas" is skipped.

My question is: how can we get the client to checkout the entire
repository? The same applies to doing updates and commits. Do we have to
change something on the client side or server side for this to happen?

Thanks for any suggestions.

Regards,

Serhat

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