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

From: x nooby <xnooby_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-11-28 21:33:42 CET

> svnserve can limit read access in a few ways. In

Are you saying 1.3 will be out in a few days? Or
perhaps a beta-version will be out in a few days? I
am running svnserve on a Windows box, and have only
been downloading the "official" versions so far.

On the status page, it says 1.3 will be out in
December/January, do you mean that it might be out
sooner? That would be great.

"Subversion 1.3.0 (December 2005 / January 2006):
Feature and bugfix release."

I don't think I can wait until January, I would have
to use the Apache version if so. If it (1.3), or a
fix, is coming out in a few days, that would help a

We are trying to keep our customers code in the same
repo so we can more easily merge code between them,
thats why we have only one repo. The problem is we
can't give them read access to their code yet, because
then they could see eachothers.


> 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).
> -garrett

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