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Subversion access control with Apache

From: Martin Lehofer <martin_at_ebg13.at>
Date: 2006-03-06 14:44:06 CET


I have a question regarding Subversion access control with Apache.

I have one repository where all internal developers can read and write.
Some external developers should be able to read some directories in the

Is there a way to let apache list the directory structure, but do not
display any files there?

It would be perfect (for compiling...) if they simply can checkout the
root directory of the repository and get only the files/directories they
are allowed to.

I think this should work somehow with the Apache LimitExcept-directive.

It would be no problem to set up a distinct <Location> section with the
same SVNPath for these external users.

Thank you for any tips,


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Received on Mon Mar 6 14:48:07 2006

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