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svnserve question

From: Claudio Ochoa <cochoa_at_fi.upm.es>
Date: 2005-08-23 11:02:59 CEST

Hi, we have several users in our system and all of them connect to the
main repository using svnserve thru svn+ssh://
However, we have also some non-system users to whom we would like to
grant read-only access, so they can access thru svn://

The problem I face is that authenticated users in the svnserve.conf file
includes both system and non-system users, so if auth-access is set to
read, system users will not be able to write...

Is there any way to differentiate between system and non-system users,
in order to grant read-write and read-only access to them, respectively?
I know I could do it by setting Apache, but I want to know if this is
possible with svnserve, or if it will be possible in the future.

We are not interested in allowing read-only anonymous access, since we
want to keep track of the people accessing to the rep.

Any help will be appreciated.


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