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Re: [SVN] Re: SVN and LDAP

From: <kmradke_at_rockwellcollins.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 14:13:34 -0500

"James CE Johnson" <jcej_at_tragus.org> wrote on 04/18/2008 01:48:50 PM:
> Thanks for the kind words Adam. I hope I've saved you some pain :-)
> We have a similar situation where we use LDAP (well, AD fronted by LDAP)
> to manage our users and groups. Redefining all of that "just" for SVN
> would never fly. Integrating through mod_auth_ldap makes it all easy and
> if I can automate the Apache rule generation (Kevin: Thanks for the
> 'apachectl graceful' reminder!) then it more or less just runs itself
> the common case.
> I want to look into Kevin's "top-level checkout" issue Monday and see if
> can reproduce it in our environment. I'm pretty sure I solved that since
> it is an obvious loophole but he's clearly experiencing it so I need to
> back to my notes and test system to figure it out.

I'm only seeing a TortoiseSVN "top level" checkout do propfinds on:
/kmr_test and /kmr_test/!svn. Therefore apache can't enforce the lower
level path access, since tortoiseSVN isn't requesting information on
each lower level directory.

Maybe it works better on sub-sub-directories? (I.E. maybe the top level
is special...???)

Kevin R.

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