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

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2005-11-28 21:12:51 CET

On 11/28/05, x nooby <xnooby@yahoo.com> wrote:
> So, to limit *read* access, I will have to use Apache
> 2.0?
> Doe the webserver really have to be Apache 2.0? I
> think I read it could not be Apache 1.3.
> We currently have Microsoft's IIS 6.0 webserver, I
> assume I cannot use Subversion on it.
> It sounds like I will have to install Apache 2.0 in
> order to get read access control.

svnserve can limit read access in a few ways. In versions prior to
1.3.x, you can limit read access on a per-repository basis (i.e. you
require logins, and people without access to the repos can't read or
write to it). In 1.3.x (not yet released, rc4 should be out real soon
now) you can limit read/write access on more fine grained levels (i.e.
users bob and jack can read /project/trunk, but nobody else can).


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