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Re: subversion security, everyone can commit, limited to who can delete

From: <plabonte_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-14 19:10:56 CEST

right but what do I put for the users that I do not want the rights to

> If you want to prevent ANYONE from deleting ANYTHING in the
> repository, try this:
> <Limit DELETE>
> </Limit>
> If you want to allow only certain users to delete, try this:
> <Limit DELETE>
> require someuser1
> </Limit>
> This will have the effect of LIMITing only those items that appear
> behind them. Only the user allowed in the REQUIRE directive is going
> to be able to delete. In your original example, the only thing anyone
> could do was DELETE. No one could GET or PUT.
So should I also put a require valid-user somewhere on the outside of
the <limit> statements...?

something like:

<Location /www/dav/ns32>
  Require user adminuser
  <Limit DELETE>
    Require user deleteuser
    Require user readuser

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