Defect restricting access in authz.txt?
Date: 2007-08-30 11:43:18 CEST
We have the following config in our authz.txt file (names/paths obviously
If the top level /trunk directory is checked out then all of the objects
On the other-hand if a web-browser is opened at /trunk/src then this is
I would have thought that either:
a) The "*=" should over-ride the more specific access control of
b) The "@priv_users=rw" is more specific to a particular user therefore it
The inconsistency between browser access and svn client access suggests
Can anyone suggest a reasonable workaround to restrict any access to a
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