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How do I make some nodes (directories) invisible to anonymous users?

From: Joseph Silverman <yossie_at_laszlosystems.com>
Date: 2005-04-01 20:57:07 CEST

I have a tree where some directories are marked as unreadable by
anonymous users using the 'access' file and AuthzSVNAccessFile apache
config directive.

This works well for preventing people from listing or viewing the
contents of these directories - but the directory itself shows up as an
item in the parent list directory listing when viewed with webdav off
the apache server.

I would like to make these specific directories (directory listing AND
contenst) be entirely invisible to anonymous users.

Is this possible?

Thanks - Yossie

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