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Re: Windows project permissions

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-16 21:17:14 CET

On 2/16/06, Riechert, Gerald <Gerald.Riechert@specastro.com> wrote:
> I'm looking into migrating a Visual SourceSafe based project structure to
> SVN and have a question about permissions.
> In VSS, various subprojects can be full access, read only or no access.
> These permissions are set on a user and/or group basis. So, I may have full
> access to subproject 1 and 2, read only on 3 and 4 and no access at all on
> 5. The no access part is required.
> Right now I'm thinking of just a flat file, network accessible repository.
> Can a SVN repository be set up this way?

Using the file:// access protocol, I don't believe so. If you serve
via Apache2, (or, if you have svn 1.3, with svnserv), you can use the
"authz" file for per-directory access control.
http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch06s04.html#svn-ch-6-sect-4.4.2 -
This document is written for the Apache2 method, but from what I
recall seeing here the file format is the same when using svnserve;
someone more versed in 1.3 can fill in the details for pointing
svnserv at the config file.

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