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On Fri, Aug 10, 2007 at 09:51:28AM -0700, Jason Huck wrote:
> Just tried that. Didn't help, but, after doing it, I realized that the
> problem has something to do with authz. I've got two groups defined, and one
> group has r/w perms on the whole repo, while the other has read-only perms
> on just one folder within the repo. Have the rules for this changed in
> recent versions of Subversion? When I make perms wide open, everything works
> normally (in both the old and new versions of the repo), but obviously I
> can't leave it that way.
You are getting closer :-)
You did not mention the trac version you use - could you do that,
Also, you may post your authz file (anonymized, of course).
We're not using trac. We do have roundup running on the machine, but it's not integrated with subversion.
Here's a generic rundown of the authz configuration: