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Bug or my understanding - mod_svn_authz

From: Greg Loscombe <greg_at_eutechnyx.com>
Date: 2005-06-22 15:56:36 CEST

Just been trying to setup some authz control on a repos and have hit
what looks like a bug. If I give full rw permission to all users, then
try and take that permission away from a specific user, that user is
still given access?


* = rw
Andrew =

When Andrew goes to do a co, after sending his password, he can get rw

If I did it the other way round, and denied access and then gave it to
people, it seems to work:-
* =
@everyonebutandrew = rw

There is an example which seems to suggest this should work:-

@paint-developers = rw
jane = r

Using gentoo, with Subversion 1.2.0 unmasked for x86. Any pointers?

Thanks in advance
Greg Loscombe

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