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Re: Using svn:// protocol with SSPI

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-07-17 14:55:48 CEST

Erik Huelsmann wrote:
>> I have a subversion server on a W2K3 machine. I have setup the
>> authentication method with SSPI so we can login to repositories with
>> our domain usernames/passwords. Everything works fine using http://
>> protocol but when we use the svn:// protocol, we can only read from
>> the repositories and can not commit. The reason is that we haven't
>> configured any svnserve.conf file. We have one repository per project
>> that results lots of repositories. I don't want to maintain
>> svnserve.conf files for each repository. Is there any way that we can
>> read from and write our repositories using svn:// protocol with SSPI
>> without dealing with .conf files?
> The only way to do that would be to extend svnserve yourself...
> bye,
> Erik.

You might also consider using HTTP with svnperms.conf and svnperms.py, which
can be configured to use a single svnperms.conf file and gets you finer
grained control over user access.

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