Is anyone available to tell me if this script is perhaps useable or
worthwhile? I don't want to waste my time supporting it in the
community if nobody is going to use it.
If your comments are negative, I still want them. THanks!
On Tue, 7 Sep 2004 23:22:44 -0400, Bryan Simmons
> Subversion has pretty much *made* me at my workplace.
> Well, subversion and Zope, but subversion holds my Zope applications :)
> I decided to give back a little. I don't know if this issue has
> already been addressed
> in the subversion community, but here's what I've done:
> 1. Web interface for http user administration.
> 2. Web interface for controling per-path permissions for users/groups.
> I didn't do the first one. I just found it and started using it for
> subversion-related users/groups.
> The second one I actually wrote. I adapted a Config::IniFile
> perl-module-based script for use
> with the authz_svn module.
> Here's links to both:
> 1. http://www.net-track.ch/opensource/authman/
> 2. http://svnhosting.org:8000/svn/bsimmons/AuthzSVNAccessAdmin/iniedit.pl
> If anyone is interested in further perfecting these two, let me know.
> Authman comes with it's own instructions. As far as my monster, it's
> simple: drop the .pl into a cgi-bin directory or alias thereof.
> Change the variable in the script that points to the ini-style file
> you use to control authz_svn access to repositories.
> You may also want to put at least Basic Auth on that script-alias
> directory or cgi-bin so that only you or some administrative group has
> read/write/execute permissions.
> The script requires two modules already be installed: Config::IniFile
> and CGI. Both are easily installable through cpan.
> Bryan Simmons
> Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will
> be a violent psychopath who knows where you live.
> -- Rick Osborne
Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will
be a violent psychopath who knows where you live.
-- Rick Osborne
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