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Re: svn design/usage issue...

From: Peter Valdemar Mørch <swp5jhu02_at_sneakemail.com>
Date: 2004-09-06 08:44:45 CEST

Hi Bruce,

First off, please start a new thread by creating a new message to the
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So threaded mail readers will present them as part of an existing thread
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bruce bedouglas-at-earthlink.net |Lists| wrote:
> the issue that i'm looking at has to do with the underlying working copies.
> if i create the user access information on the server, the user then uses a
> svn client to access the repository. on the client side, the user would
> create a working dir/copy area. the user would then be able to
> checkout/modify the files from the dirs that he has access to. this process
> should allow the user to be able to access files from multiple dirs, and to
> be able to check the files back in without accessing files in other areas.
> have i missed anything...
No, that sounds right. Access to these local copies is determined by
standard operating system access rights. After check-out, these working
copies are just regular files. Any apache/mod_svn access rights will not
be honored at this point.

> i envision 400-500 separate dirs for the various apps.

> i'm also going to
> have to periodically copy the different versions (once an app works!) into a
> separate 'tag' dir.
I recommend not doing a file-system copy (/bin/cp) but a copy in the
repository (svn cp). See the svn book about tags.


Peter Valdemar Mørch
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Received on Mon Sep 6 08:45:40 2004

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