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RE: Re: Repository management

From: André Pönitz <andre_at_wasy.de>
Date: 2005-04-26 17:42:15 CEST

Brass Tilde wrote:
> > We've got most of our projects in the one repository. The only reason
> > we've got multiple repositories is for vastly different areas - ie we
> > have a repository for software development, and another that houses our
> > server configuration files (eg the contents of /etc)
> > Other than that I see no compelling reason why we would want to create
> > seperate repositories for different projects.
> Each of our repositories will be read/write for the group that's responsible
> for that major product group, and read-only for everyone else. Our network
> admin wants to set up the access rights to the various repositories using
> groups under Windows and he's of the opinion that will be easier than trying
> to manage it in Apache.

I takes about 50 lines of perl and apache's mod_perl to pull in
permissions from an LDAP server (like your favourite Windows domain
controller for instance).

This is orthogonal to one-project-per-repository or not.


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