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Making an exception with authz groups

From: José de Paula Eufrásio Júnior <jose.junior_at_mds.gov.br>
Date: 2007-11-12 16:56:54 CET

Hello list.

I have a SVN repository with 30 or so projects and I'm using
SVNParentPath and authz to manage group access (apache 2.2, http access
control). Basically I have one group per project for write and anonymous
checkout access. So I have

* = r

@svn_proj1 = rw

and many many more of those 'projs'. The thing is, one of the 'projs'
demanded that their repo must be readable only for those in the groups,
not by anyone else. I tried:

* =
@svn_secretproj = rw

But this removes the authentication request and I get an automatic 403

How do I do to make only this project non-readable to all but the group
and keep the other projects 'normal'.



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