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

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-11-28 18:29:53 CET

On Nov 28, 2005, at 17:14, x nooby wrote:

> 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?

I believe you will need authz for that. For Subversion 1.2.x and
earlier it's only available with the Apache module. If you can wait
until Subversion 1.3.0, authz will be available with svnserve as well.

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