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Re: Apache SVNParentPath Control

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-01 13:57:39 CET

On 12/31/05, Robert Sesek <rsesek@iris-studios.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a bunch of repositories in /home/svn. I use Apache2.2 to serve the
> repositories. I use SNV ParentPath to access my repositories in
> htttp://server.com/svn/REPOS.
> Also, the entire server root (/) is password-protected.
> Now, I want to allow access to one repository--and one only. How should I
> allow this other user to access this one repository while still keeping
> everything else (the server root and the rest of the repositories) secured
> for my eyes only?

Use AuthzSVNAccessFile (see
give all no access, then yourself full access.

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