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problems with spaces in svn acl file?

From: Rob Jefferson <techstep_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-07 16:37:40 CET

Currently, I'm running svn 1.2.3 as a client, and 1.2.1 with Apache
2.0.53 on the server side. I have an ACL file that contains:

* = r
rob = rw
[foo:/test\ directory]
* = r
tim = rw

In the above, "test directory" has an escaped space.

Without that space, everything works fine. Rob can commit changes made in /,
Tim can make and commit changes in test, and neither person can
readily commit changes where they don't have explicit rights. With
the space, escaped or otherwise, I'm finding that Tim can't commit
changes made in "test directory".

Is this a bug? A feature? Am I incorrectly interpreting something?
I've searched around the archives and Google, to no avail.



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