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Re: subversion with https...

From: Screaming Eagle <tekion+subversion_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-05 03:52:49 CEST

Yeah, this works for me as well. But I would like to take a not allow stance
unless otherwise specify. Has anyone gotten this to work? Deny /, but
specifically allow users to subdir [dir1]. Any idea? Thanks.

On 3/4/07, Clemens Mensik <c.mensik@ipsquare.at> wrote:
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: tekion@gmail.com [mailto:tekion@gmail.com] On Behalf Of
> > Screaming Eagle
> > Sent: Samstag, 03. März 2007 16:36
> > To: users@subversion.tigris.org
> > Subject: subversion with https...
> >
> > All,
> > I am using svnauth, one of the feature it has is access perm
> > per directory. I have so far, for example:
> > [/]
> > * = r
> > [/dir1]
> > * =
> > andy = rw
> > This works. But I want to be able to deny access to all and
> > explicitly give access. For example [/]
> > * =
> > [dir1]
> > andy = rw
> > Would this work? It doesn't appear to be working for me.
> > Maybe I am doing something wrong, like the synthax is not correct.
>
> no, it is right. In your case 'andy' has read/write access to [dir1]
> but he is not able to see [dir1] if he wants to browse [/]. He has to
> access it directly.
>
> I'm using it in a similary way, though everybody has read access to
> [/] so it's much easier for the users to find their own directory.
> But you must not forget to deny access to every created sub directory,
> e.g.
> [/]
> * = r
>
> [dir1]
> * =
> andy = rw
>
> So everybody is able to read [/] but is not allowed to go deeper into
> all the listed directories which do not belong to him.
>
> regards
> clemens
>
>
Received on Thu Apr 5 03:53:16 2007

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