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Issue setting up authz permissions

From: Robert Kinberg <rkinberg_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-05 01:21:04 CET

I am having trouble setting up authz directory level permissions (in a
manageable way). I have the standard /branches, /tags, /trunk directory
structure. I have a directory named /trunk/secret that I want to restrict
access to. I can setup authz to do this fine:

@secretusers = rw
* =

That works great. However, once I branch or tag the /trunk directory, the
permissions no longer apply to the new branch/tags. Is there anyway to setup
relative authz permissions, like ./secret, perhaps. Otherwise, everytime I
branch/tag the /trunk, I will need to create another authz entry to protect
the new instance of the secret directory.

Any thoughts?


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Received on Sun Feb 5 06:46:38 2006

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