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Read access control with svnserver? (or must I use apache?)

From: x nooby <xnooby_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-11-28 17:14:03 CET

Currently I am running a svnserver that a staff of
about 20 programmers use. We plan to give our clients
access to their source code, but not to eachother's
source code. I believe I have to switch our server to
run as an Apache module in order to have such
fine-grained access control. Is this true?

I have read that some people can use hook-scripts to
control access, but it appears to only allow you to
control write access.

Is there a way to control read access using svnserver?


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