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Re: Apache and .htaccess files

From: Paul Jones <pjones_at_novell.com>
Date: 2004-07-16 17:16:16 CEST

Thank you for the answer to my first question. I will quit looking for
a way to make .htaccess file work.

>Why will mod_authz_svn not "work the way you need it to"? Your
>requirements are:

LDAP Authentication. The users/groups reside in a ldap directory.


>>>Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net> 07/16 8:52 am >>>
On Fri, 2004-07-16 at 09:48, Paul Jones wrote:
>I have the same problem and mod_authz_svn will not work the way I need
>it to (as far as I can tell from the book). Is there a way to make
>.htaccess files work?
No, .htaccess will not work. The repository directories are imaginary;
you can't put .htaccess files in the repository, because there's no way
for apache to see them.
Why will mod_authz_svn not "work the way you need it to"? Your
requirements are:

> I can create new repositories without restarting Apache
(this is what SVNParentPath is for)
> and i can set different rights for different users to them
(and this is exactly what mod_authz_svn is for)
If you're having problems doing something, please ask specific

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