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Re: Directory level security (svnserve)

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-11-18 20:16:12 CET

On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 18:38:20 -0000, Butlin, Jason (UK - Epsom)
<jbutlin@deloitte.co.uk> wrote:
> O.K. I've looked into getting this script working on a Windows Server,
> but am having some problems and was wondering if anyone could help.
> I'm running Windows Server 2K, onto which I've installed ActivePerl from
> ActiveState. I've set up enough of the script to get it going, but when
> I attempt to commit something I receive an error about svnlook running
> with no output. If I attempt to run the script from the command line on
> the server (admittedly with a bogus transaction number), I get the
> following messages.
> G:\>G:\SVNSource\Admin\Scripts\commit-access-control.pl
> "G:/SVNSource/Experiments" "1a"
> G:/SVNSource/Experiments/commit-access-control.cfg
> Running G:/svn/bin/svnlook.exe author G:/SVNSource/Experiments -t 1a
> '-' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable
> program or batch file.
> G:\SVNSource\Admin\Scripts\commit-access-control.pl:
> `G:/svn/bin/svnlook.exe author G:/SVNSource/Experiments -t 1a' failed
> with no output.
> Can anyone provide any ideas to what is going wrong? Just out of
> interest, I've also tried replacing the -t argument with just t, and I
> still get the same message.

You should provide an executable program as the first thing on your
command line. commit-access-control.pl is not executable under
Windows. You need to prepend the full path to your perl.exe file to
your command line.

On unix any file can be executable, that's why the pre-commit example
does not show this.



> Thanks
> Jay
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Butlin, Jason (UK - Epsom)
> Sent: 18 November 2004 16:34
> To: Eric Gillespie
> Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: RE: Re: Directory level security (svnserve)
> Sorry for my naff Outlook reply!!!
> I think what I'm after is the sort of security mod-authz-svn offers.
> Having had a quick look, the pre-commit example probably would do what
> I'm after - just have to convert it to Windows!
> Thanks
> Jay
> -----Original Message-----
> From: epg@gould.diplodocus.org [mailto:epg@gould.diplodocus.org] On
> Behalf Of Eric Gillespie
> Sent: 18 November 2004 15:55
> Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: Directory level security (svnserve)
> "Butlin, Jason \(UK - Epsom\)" <jbutlin@deloitte.co.uk> writes:
> > Are there any plans to provide directory level security for a
> repository
> > access via svnserve (in the way that Apache already does)?
> What is "directory level security"? You can use the same
> mechanism to write-protect any area of your repository as in CVS,
> using the pre-commit hook. There is even an example of such a
> hook; i think it is in the contrib directory. Read access is
> blanket for an entire repository unless you use a solution
> specific to a single ra layer, such as mod-authz-svn.

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