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Re: Limit access in one subdirectory?

From: Hari Kodungallur <hkodungallur_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-15 20:08:13 CEST

On 9/15/05, Brent Webster <brent.webster@liquidcomputing.com> wrote:
> What's the best way, if any, to limit write and possibly read access to a
> particular subdirectory in subversion.
> Can different UNIX groups be used? Or do all files take on the group ID of
> the db directory.
> Use various hook scripts to limit checkout. Note: If I checkout at an upper
> level parent then how can I limit the checkout of that particular
> sub-directory?
> Or simply create a separate FSFS repository?

You can do this if you are using http (apache) access method. (IIRC,
there was a Google summer of code project going on to do the same for
svn:// access).
The access control for http:// is described in

But I do not think you can give permission to read/write a parent
directory and take away the permission for a subdirectory.

Also, there is no hook script for checkout.

SpikeSource Inc.
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