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how do i configure access perms to certain dirs, across all branches,tags,trunk etc

From: Amol Karnik <amol_at_coventor.com>
Date: 2005-07-11 20:36:28 CEST

hi all,

am trying to convert our repository from cvs to svn. Am using svn1.2 and
apache2.0 on RedHat Enterprise Linux 3.0
i've got the acess files and SSL authentication all set as per the svn
book. I read the part in the book about per directory access control for
harry and sally. However, there are no examples about how to control
this for the same dir, in all the branches, tags and trunk.

for example lets say i i have /src/gui and /src/solvers dirs in my
repository under all branches, tags and trunk so far( based on cvs2svn
conversion).
I have two dev groups : solverdev and guidev.
I want solverdev to access all dirs, but i dont want guidev to be able
to read or write to src/solvers at all.

how do i set this up using the apache access control file for svn?

maybe like this:?
===========================
[myrep:/]
@solverdev = tw
@guidev =

[myrep:/*/src/gui]
@guidev = rw
===========================

but there doesnt seem to be a way to use a wildcard in dir.....the
examples explicitly specify the branch name.

thanks for your help!

- amol karnik

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