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allow only selected files through apache/dav

From: Lee Harr <missive_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-12 17:18:44 CET


I have a subversion repository set up with webdav access through
apache. Developers connect through ssl and use digest auth. That
is working fine.

For a few of the files, I want to allow anonymous browsing.

The problem is that most of the files have a copyright restriction
not allowing open posting on the net. So, I just want to pick 4
files from trunk that will be openly available. (read-only of course)

I am trying to work out the apache configuration magic that will just
allow anonymous access to those 4 files in trunk.

If I do something like this ...

<Location /anon>
        DAV svn
        SVNPath /home/rsvn/repo1/
        SVNPathAuthz off

        Deny from all


Then the whole repo is available. How can I restrict it so that only
the files control.c, autonomous.c, user_routines.c and user_routines.h
are available?

Thanks for any help.

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