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RE: Access Control

From: Lieven Govaerts <lgo_at_mobsol.be>
Date: 2006-02-20 18:50:11 CET


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Res Pons [mailto:pons32@hotmail.com]
> ---------------------------- end of file------------------------
> When I do "svn list --username testuser
> http://svn.ourdomain.com/svn/proj2/trunk" at the C: prompt
> I get to see the hidden folder listed! I have tried EVERY
> variation of [svn:/proj2/trunk/webproducts] as follows:
> [:/proj2/trunk/webproducts]
> [/proj2/trunk/webproducts]
> [proj2/trunk/webproducts]
> [trunk/webproducts]
> WHAT AM I DOING WRONG? Help please.

In fact, as far as I know, you can't do this with Subversion, there's no
concept of a hidden folder. The only concepts you have are read-access and
write-access. Disabling read-access on a folder, which is what you have done
in this setup, disables the access to the contents of that folder (
subfolders and files ).

You can workaround this behaviour by making a 'private' folder, with
read-access disabled for user 'testuser', and then put your webproducts
folder inside that 'private' folder.


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