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Re: administrate AuthzSVNAccessFile with many users and repositories

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2005-07-22 08:33:24 CEST

christoph.baldauf@sensor-technik.de wrote:
> Hello all
> I installed in my company subversion, which we want to use in future as a replacement for Source Safe. As far as I can tell for now, everything is set up fine and runs smoothly. I use Subversion with Apache2, mod_authz_svn and SSPI - Authentification, so that all users are authentificated from our domain server. To restrict access to the repositories, I use one AuthzSVNAccessFile for every SVNPath (single repository in one directory) or SVNParentPath (multiple repositories in one directory).
> Due to our need to restrict or grant access to the repositories on a very fine level and the quite big ammount of projects and users, the access files will become very complex and hard to maintain. Especially for our Administrator, which is used to work with a graphical interface ;-).
> Now to the question:
> Does anyone knows a (graphical) tool, that will generate the access files and in which you can easily set up the projects and the rights of the users.
> Maybe there is another easy way to maintain these access files. I'm open to any suggestion!
> Thanks,
> Christoph

There is SVNManager (http://svnmanager.sourceforge.net/), though I
haven't been able to try it yet since I'm a rookie and cannot get PHP5
to install on my Linux box (I'm going through dependency hell trying to
get it installed).

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