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Re: Delete

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2006-01-12 16:18:10 CET

>>>>> "David" == David Arnold <dwarnold45@cox.net> writes:

 David> All, I have a group of teachers who will be working together
 David> on a textbook project. Some are very novice users and none
 David> have used Subversion or any version software before (me
 David> included).

 David> I am concerned that someone might use svn delete to remove
 David> something from the repository that might irrevocably be
 David> lost. That's possible?

No. You can undo the effect of any commit, including those that do

 David> If so, how do we prevent such a thing? Are there permissions,
 David> such as in mysql, that give users only certain rights and take
 David> away others?

If you want to disallow deletion, you can use the pre-commit hook for
that. But given that all actions can be undone, I don't see a good
reason for that.


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