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Re: Clarifications using Subversion

From: Eric Johnson <eric_at_tibco.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2016 10:23:31 -0700

While the other response gives you the clues to (mostly) enforce what
you want, I strongly encourage you to consider how to avoid using
tooling to solve what is probably really a management problem.

The more you customize your hooks, the more difficult it might be to
move your Subversion installation to a new environment, a cloud
provider, or a commercial offering, just for example.

Hooks are best applied to business rules that are not about people.

You can use them the way you're asking, but long term, you might not
want to.


On 4/11/16 6:32 AM, Vijay Peddamallu wrote:
> Dear All,
> We are working on enhancing our repository and put some controls
> hence. In this regard, seek clarifications on the following. Please
> note that we are on Subversion v 1.7 as I write.
> 1.Is there any way that we can restrict “svn delete” command to
> limited set of users? While we understand that there is a way to
> recover the deleted version, would still like to understand if this is
> an option in first place.
> 2.If I lock source code on my name, can we apply a restriction that
> only I can unlock it. Otherwise, admin?
> *Thanks,*
> *Vijay Pedamallu*
> Tech Lead, Global Oracle HRIS
> Corporate Human Resources
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