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From: Andrew Sasak <andrew.sasak_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 22:18:55 -0400

For an unknown reason, our svn+ssh server will not allow 1.5 clients
to access the log. (Previous version clients work fine). We are using
path passed permissions in an authz file specified in svnserve.conf.
At the suggestion of somebody else on the list I experimented and
found that setting auth-access = write fixes the problem. (Since this
is the default, why is this necessary? Is this a bug?) What effect
does auth-access = write have when using the path based permissions?
Does it set the default permissions, which can be overridden in the
authz file with "* = "? Or does it override the authz file?


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