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Re: Re: Inherit the authorization from a trunk to a branch/tag

From: Peter <smile_face_at_21cn.com>
Date: 2007-06-03 07:46:33 CEST

Thanks a lot.

>On 6/2/07, Peter <smile_face@21cn.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Is there any method to inherit the authorization when "svn copy" done.
>> The following is the structure of my module in the repos:
>> .../cal/trunk
>> .../cal/branchs
>> .../cal/tags
>> .../cal/trunk/util
>> .../cal/trunk/main
>> When I copy the trunk to tags by "svn copy .../cal/trunk .../cal/tags/t-1.0.0", I found the authorization about ".../cal/trunk/util" and ".../cal/trunk/main" did not be inherited by ".../cal/tags/t-1.0.0/util" and ".../cal/tags/t-1.0.0/main".
>> And I read the book of subversion, cannot found any description abort that. But I regard that the svn server can track the "svn copy", so it might copy the authorization from the source to destination when do the "svn copy", in the abstract.
>Authorization is not associated with items in the repository the way
>you're thinking. It's not connected to the actual contents. The server
>just performs a check to find out whether your ID has the required
>permissions to act upon the path you're using.
>You need to configure your access control file to include information
>about those paths.

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