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Re: access rights mechanism for the users with Apache + SVN

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-14 06:37:14 CEST

On 4/14/07, Swati Kulkarni <swati.lkulkarni@patni.com> wrote:
> Hi
> I am using Apache for Subversion with Apache Loadable Modules.
> I have configured a "Basic" authentication and have defined AuthUserFile
> created with the htpasswd utility.
> Also, per directory access is defined with AuthzSVNAccessFile .
> In our project, we require that users have read, write, add, delete rights
> as per their Role and Responsibility in the project.
> But with AuthzSVNAccessFile , I can assign read, write rights only, there
> is no add and delete rights separation.
> Whether "write" means add, delete and write ?

Yes, "write" covers all those.

> If yes, then how do I achieve more finely defined access rights mechanism
> for the users? (read, write, add,delete)

Look into svnperms.py.

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