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RE: SVN Security

From: Calvin <szguoxz_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-17 10:45:04 CEST

Since I really want to try SVN, I forced myself to spend 1 hour on Apache.
Pretty cool features, maybe better and easy than IIS. But I am doing
ASP.NET, so I can not use it to host my site, but it's perfectly OK to host
my SVN.

Now the question about security again:

In Perforce, I could say:

Developers -w //perforce /....build

Basically all the developers won't have write access to all *.build files in
the whole repository.

If SVN can do this, it'll be great. But if it can not, I can live with it. I
could group all these files together and set directory permission.

Now I start to love SVN, only hope it's as stable as Perforce.

Thanks,

Calvin

-----Original Message-----
From: Calvin [mailto:szguoxz@hotmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, July 16, 2005 8:23 AM
To: 'John'; 'users@subversion.tigris.org'
Subject: RE: SVN Security

Yea, the only problem is Apache. I've already have IIS on my server, not
sure they can live together or not. I want to use SVN, so I can learn. But
SVN forces me to learn Apache, which I don't think I am going to use it in
any other way but SVN, kindof a waste.

If SVN server can provide decent security configuration, it will be a killer
app.

-----Original Message-----
From: news [mailto:news@sea.gmane.org] On Behalf Of John
Sent: Saturday, July 16, 2005 5:23 AM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: SVN Security

Calvin <szguoxz <at> hotmail.com> writes:

> Well, The per-directory security is just too difficult to understand and
> implement.
>
> Any plan to implement security feature in SubVersion in future?

I've been using SVN on win32 for about 18 months. The security features are
easy
to understand:

========
[/trunk]
john = rw
calvin = r
========

How difficult can that be?? Hopefully in time these permissions will be
embedded
in the repos itself, and will be enforced through all connection types.

The requirement for Apache on a windows box is less ideal when you are
running
IIS, but you'll grow to love Apache, and its easy configuration. It has a
proper
configuration file instead of loads of junk in the registry!!

Transparent config files are something Microsoft is (sloooowwwly!)
rediscovering
with .NET etc. Given a decade IIS will probably work much like Apache does
now... only it will take up 4 times the memory ;)

John

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