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Granular access control in addition to global setting?

From: Matt England <mengland_at_mengland.net>
Date: 2006-10-23 23:27:29 CEST

I have a repo for which I generally want to assign all my users with both
read and write permissions.

However, there are some subdirs in said repo for where I want to restrict
read and/or write usage.

Can I do both? ie, can I (as the svn admin) assign "global" repo access
control and still be able to make specific per-access-control (for both
read and write) settings on a per-directory basis to "override" the global
access control for said directories?

My apologies if this is a faq.

fyi, My svn repos are Apache-integrated (mod_<whatever>) and can therefore
leverage the <Location> access-control directive...if I remember correctly.


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