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central authz file

From: Jehan PROCACCIA <Jehan.Procaccia_at_int-evry.fr>
Date: 2006-10-16 11:12:52 CEST

I'am getting mad about access control :-(
Now that I've made them work for svn Dav (web) acces , they don't work
for direct command line access :-(
I have two repositories (s2ia and eph) and I want them to share a unique
authz file. So I place that file above the repositories path and called
it from both svnserve.conf with absolute path (/var/www/svnweb/authz)
Howerver, now with command line svn commands (svn+ssh) , I always get an
"autorisation refused" as soon as I want to write to the repository
I do have
procacci = rw
but no way, procacci cannot write to s2ia:/procacci !?
However I set [/procacci] instead of [s2ia:/procacci], then it works.
the problem is that I cannot use path this way [/procacci], because it's
a central authz file and I do have to precise the repository in front of
the path !
for information here's my actual athz file :
* = r
svn = rw
@s2ia = r
procacci = rw
@eph = r
@eph = rw
* =

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