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Rolling out svn access/admin file

From: Res Pons <pons32_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-13 20:25:47 CET

Hi everyone

I'm about to roll out my svn admin file that I put together. The file
basically looks like as follows:


admin = usr1, usr2, usr3

Eng = usr2, usr3

* = r
@admin = usr1

@Eng = rw

usr2 = rw

@Eng = r

Based on the snippet above, if usr1 & 3 are not listed under
[/proj1/branches] does that mean no access whatsoever or 'read' based on
inheritance from [/]? What if proj2 exists but not listed in this file,
does that mean everyone's blind to it? I'm having a hard time understanding
the inheritance rules. Right now, I'm serving Subversion wide open out of
the box running on an Apache server. So users do authenticate but everyone
has read/write/delete access which is not good. Help please.



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