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From: Pieter <pietercoucke_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-24 15:04:39 CEST


I'm planning to install Subversion with Apache, to have all the source code
of the company in 1 big repository.

Can I (via the Apache Server of Subversion) restrict access to given
projects in the repository?
I would like to be able to define for each project seperately in my
- who can see the project and who not (whether or not they can it or browse
- who can do commits to it, and who only updates (in case they can see it)
- who has to be warned by email that a commit to a given project has been

It's crucial for me that I can do this project by project 'security'. Is
this possible? And if yes: how?

Thanks a lot in advance,


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