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Re: 'file:' access according to AuthzSVNAccessFile

From: Steven Simpson <ss_at_domain.invalid>
Date: 2006-03-16 14:28:19 CET

Andy Levy wrote:
> On 3/15/06, Steven Simpson <ss@domain.invalid> wrote:
>> A command like this would be ideal:
>> svn export --username $REMOTE_USER --authz svn-access.conf file:///...
>> Is there some straight-forward equivalent of this? If not, is it a
>> feature worth requesting?
> Access controls are done by
> the svn servers (whether the Apache2 module or svnserve), and when you
> use file:// you use no server.
I realise this. But would it be a good idea to add it to the client to
emulate the restrictions applied to a user? I've already stated my own
(somewhat dubious) purpose (i.e. in a script where the authentication is
already done), but perhaps it would also be useful for diagnosis of a
local authz file...?


ss at comp dot lancs dot ac dot uk                                     |
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