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Controlling update and/or commit access to a repository URL

From: Edward Diener <ediener_at_loyaltyworks.com>
Date: 2004-09-03 22:01:49 CEST

I could not find information on ways in which an administrator can control
access to directories in a repository on a user by user basis. By access I
mean the ability to allow or prevent a given user from checking out,
updating, and/or committing changes to a repository. Does SVN have any
notion of this built into the repository filesystem on a directory by
directory basis ? If not, are there any plans to add this to SVN to make it
easy for an administrator to allow or deny repository clients to
access/update or commit repository data ?

The company for which I work wants to set up a repository whereby certain
clients can checkout/update and/or commit data to certain repository URL
paths while others can not. This seems a pretty standard and easy way to me
to control repository access. Yet I could not find any administrator command
that would allow me to do such a thing depending on the user and the
repository path.

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