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Pratical SVN

From: Calvin <szguoxz_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-21 00:44:32 CEST

Hopefully this is my last question. :-)

I get pretty everything figure out except the security (this was my concern
from the beginning.)

Using Apache, auth_svn_mod, could give me per directory access control, but
I still need the following 2 features:

1. I have to allow developers to change their own password.
2. I have control the access at dir/file level based on wildcard match.

        Here is the scenario:
        I want to make sure no files under bin folder can be checkin in the
whole solution:

        So I need some kindof (like nant):

        * =

        I also want to make sure only admin can change my build scripts. So
it will be:

        @admins = rw
        * =
        When I say "*" here, I mean everybody, not anonymous use.

        Is there anyway in SVN in accomplish this?



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