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RE: utilities for groups creating their own repos

From: Andreas Benzler <benzolo_at_web.de>
Date: 2007-07-12 20:39:37 CEST

Hello Anne

We are only a team of 10 people and are using svnmanager
http://svnmanager.sourceforge.net/ which is a php tool for administration of
the access files. It syncronises the files with a internal mysql database
where user can add repos if they are alowed to. At the time I installed our
subversion server i didn't found anything like this tool. If there are other
tools out there I would be greatfull for a hint...


>We are a 50-employee company with an equal number of outside collaborators.
We use svn with apache ssl.
>Any recommendations for allowing (not allowing) users to create their own
repositories, and modify the auth and access files directly?
>Are there any svn tools to do this? Or should we write our own programs
(because they would have to be suid).
>TIA < Anne
>Anne M. Hammond - Systems / Network Administration - Tech-X Corp
> hammond_at_txcorp.com 720-974-1840

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