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inviolability of BDB

From: Bodini Laurent Clecim.AUT-MODELE <Laurent.Bodini_at_vai.fr>
Date: 2004-11-24 15:21:42 CET

I am quite new here. I tried to find the answer to my question on the site but couldn't find it. Thanks for your patience with me.
We develop software for customers. Parts of the software will be available to the customer, proprietary parts should not be available for him. Therefore we will do two repositories, one for us, one for us and them. There is one weak point, the computer with the subversion server will be accessible by the customer. My question is :
if the repository is available to someone who has no otherwise access to the subversion server, can this person access the source code hold in the repository ?
If yes, is there anyway to protect the source code from someone who has access to the repository ?

Cordialement/ Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards / Saluti / Z powa¿aniem / ...

Laurent Bodini

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