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Bug in way access file handles comments

From: <bdwalker_at_micron.com>
Date: 2006-03-17 22:06:21 CET

I'd like to see whether this is considered a bug or not.

Example access file:

# my project access control
[myproj:/mydirectory]
sally = rw
harry = r # don't let harry write to this directory

Using the Apache module for access, and a svn (ver 1.2.3) client one is
able to write (commit changes) to the directory mydirectory as the user
harry. It turns out that if the "w" from the comment, is removed as "#
don't let harry rite to this directory", then harry only has read access
as expected.

Shouldn't the rest of the line be ignored after the # sign?

Thanks,
Brian

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