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Re: svn up and per-directory access

From: Børre Gaup <borre.gaup_at_samediggi.no>
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 11:03:05 +0100

Duorastat, guovvamánu 26. b. 2009 19.35.11 Bob Archer čálii:
> > When I check out the repository as a user allowed to read and write
> > testdir1,
> > I only get testdir2 in the myrepository directory, and am not able to get
> > to
> > it through svn up either.
> > If I check out testdir1 specifically, then I get it.
>
> Ok, if you are cheking out the "repository" (implies root folder to me)
> that could be the problem.

Yes, that was what I meant :)

> Since your root allows "r" access for all that
> is the access you get.... as it traverses the folders it doesn't have
> authentication to get your testdir1.
>
> You should check out each folder separately.
>

But if I want to restrict access to parts of a repository, but allow seamless
access to the whole repository to specific users, then what you suggest won't
work.

In our setup, having the folders with restricted access properly integrated
with the rest of the local sandbox is important. How can we achieve that?

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Received on 2009-02-27 15:07:38 CET

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