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setting up SVN group permissions

From: Jon Savian <worknit_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-03 21:54:36 CET


I am having trouble setting up svn group permissions. Our svn server
is 1.2.1 running on RHEL 3. We authenticate users through public
keys. So we have one svn user with all other outside user public keys
in the svn user's authorized_keys file. We use svnserve with the -t
and -r options to label users upon revisions. We have two
repositories one in /home/repos1 and another in /home/repos2. How can
we set up different group permissions so that repos2 users cannot
checkout/commit anything from repos1 and vice versa. Is there any way
to do it with keeping the -r svn server option as "/home"?

I tried reading the article on
http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.0/ch06s05.html, but the group
permissions group is very confusing.


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