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From: <echofloripa.yell_at_gmail..com>
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2009 09:15:11 -0800 (PST)

Hi, I set-up an automated way to execute our database updates, but part of the process we get all the passwords for a given environments from a file in svn. Is it possible to have something like that

|-qa1.properties (visible only to support role)
|-live.properties (visible only to operations role)

Still, anyone would be able to checkout everything except those files.
I know I can avoid writing to those using a post commit hook, and I can protect from reading a whole folder, using :

is there anyway to achieve this somehow?
If it's not possible to do it on file granularity, is it possible to hide folders?

Thanks a lot


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