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RE: feedback: first step failed

From: Henderson, Michael D <michael.d.henderson_at_lmco.com>
Date: 2004-08-24 16:33:42 CEST

Oops, hit send too soon...

> From: Rolf Schumacher
> Question: How long should an avarage developer wait until Subversion
is mature enough to be usable?

The average developer should use Subversion as soon as the developer is
mature enough to use it.

> I cannot find how to add a new user with access to the repository or
find some other philosphy of access control.

Create a directory owned by your svn account (let's call it /local/svn/.
Create a repository there. Run the svn server in the background (
svnserve -d -r /local/svn/ ). Verify that it's running (ps is nice

Go to the conf subdirectory (/local/svn/conf/ in this case). Update the
server.conf file to match your setup

        anon-access = none
        auth-access = write
        password-db = passwd
        realm = yourhost

Add the user's account name and plain-text password to the passwd file

        thor = aPassWord

Have your other account access the repository using svn://yourhost/,
using the account name and password you just created.

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