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Re: Disallowing access to some projects

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-30 15:12:31 CET

On 1/30/06, Blake McBride <blake@integra-online.com> wrote:
> We are using svn+ssh access method to access a Subversion
> repository on a Linux box. We are also controlling read-only
> vs. read-write access via the commit-access-control.cfg file in
> the hooks directory. This all works fine.
> The problem I am having is that I want to restrict certain people
> from certain projects completely. This means no read access
> either. They should have read-only access to certain projects,
> read-write access to others, but they should be entirely restricted
> from some projects as well - not even read access.
> I like the svn+ssh method of access and would like to stick to it.
> A solution to this problem would be appreciated.

What version of Subversion are you using? 1.3 allows for the use of
path-based authorization just like Authz w/ the HTTP access method.

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