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Re: moving the svn root up a directory

From: Mark Clements <gmane_at_kennel17.co.uk>
Date: 2006-10-02 15:10:22 CEST

"Kenneth Porter" <shiva@sewingwitch.com> wrote in message
> On Wednesday, September 27, 2006 6:33 PM -0400 Yuji Shinozaki
> <ys2n@virginia.edu> wrote:
> > I guess I was working from the assumption that it was difficult
> > tomaintain multiple repos with the same users (as it is in CVS.)
> Not difficult, but possibly tedious. If two repos have the same
> authorization policies, you might as well make just one to simply
> administration. Think of a repo like a filesystem. Creating two repos is
> like creating two shares on a server, or perhaps two partitions to share.

Or do what I do and make the authz and passwd files symlinks to global
versions of these files. You can always 'opt out' a repo by recreating them
as normal files if you need more specific access controls in the future.

- Mark Clements

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