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Re: How to give access control to subdirectories in my repository?

From: Steven Woody <narkewoody_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-13 15:56:48 CEST

what is your repository's root? maybe what you need is
[/calc/trunk/...] in your auth file.

On 9/13/07, Wael Showair <showairovic@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> This is the first time for me to use SVN.
> i m using subversion 1.4.3, with svnserve & TortoiseSVN.
> My problem is: I cant make access control on a subdirectory in my
> repository.
> suppose that my repository Layout is as follows:
> /calc/trunk/subfolder1
> /calc/trunk/subfolder2
> Also Assume that i have 2 users:(user1,user2). I want to give user1
> read/write access to subfolder1 while user2 should have read access to this
> subfolder1
> SO i adjust the authz-db = authz in the configuration file of the server
> where it looks like this:
> [groups]
> my_group = user1,user2
> [/trunk/subfolder1]
> user1 = rw
> user2 = r
> the authorization failed if i tried to commit anything.
> i have searched the forum & found this thread
> http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2006-04/1038.shtml
> But i still dont know how to solve this Bug?
> thanks in advance

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