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Adding some security

From: Rob Brenart <svn_at_oculardata.com>
Date: 2006-12-05 06:42:31 CET

Right now I have one repository I use, svn/src/ where I put all my
different projects.

I've recently started working with some outside contractors, and
obviously want to give them access to the code they need. However, I
don't want them to be able to download all of my source. At the least I
don't want them to be able to modify it all.

I'm using https for my access method.

Basically, when I want to add a new user, I just run the htpasswd2 -m
/path/to/.dav_svn.password username

and give them a password, and they're in.

So I have no idea where I'd go to limit things... advice?

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