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Re: subversion

From: Kalin KOZHUHAROV <kalin_at_thinrope.net>
Date: 2005-08-31 13:34:55 CEST

Please read a bit about netiqette and posting HTML (with images!) to a
ML/news group. And before you did it, beware of top-posting as well.

Vipin Gopinathan wrote:
> My name is Vipin Gopianth. I am working as a Linux Administrator in a
> MNC called US Technology which is situated in India.
> Right now we have got around 2000+ employees in our organization. We
> have implemented a single sign on policy through AD to all
> servers,(mail, network and all kind of applications)
> We were using vss and CVS for our version control. Right now w ehave got
> a plan to implement SVN with LDAP authentication + apache.
> These are the problems/doubts which I have in SVN
> 1) *Can we check out a single file from a repository?* ( if ina
> project there might be haing lots of directories. One directory might be
> containing 1000ís of file, and if we only needs to change one file then
> in this case of SVN we have to check out this 1000 file . its too time
> consuming I think. )

Minus 10 points for this question, see the FAQ here:

> 2) then how will I give the permission for the repositories
Trying to clarify the explaination below...

> eg: I have got a project called network and 3 modules under that: linux, windows, security
> 3 users A, B, C are accessing the repos
> A needs to access (top-level) network
> B needs to access network/windows
> C needs to access network/security
> A and B to network
     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ <= lost me here
Sorry, cannot understand your question. Try to clarify it.
You can acheve any kind of permission handling with mod_authz_svn module
in apache.
Have a look at "the book" before asking any more questions:


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