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Re: A not-so-CVS question

From: Norberto Meijome
Subject: Re: A not-so-CVS question
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2002 14:15:24 +1000
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yup, and you can even point the .htaccess to read the CVS password file , so your users only have 1 password to remember for each repository they need to access.

Lee Fellows wrote:

On Wed, 2002-07-10 at 06:06, Isaac Claymore wrote:
Hi, CVS folks.
My question is not strictly related to CVS itself, but I think
this list is the right place to ask.
I've set up ViewCVS for my team, but then everyone on our LAN
gets read access to the repository through it, which is not desired.
So is there any tool or mechanism that's able to add authentication
functionality to ViewCVS without hacking its code? Or, do you
folks have similar experience?


 If you are using apache as the web server, have you looked at
.htaccess and .htpasswd?

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Norberto Meijome
If you were supposed to understand it, we wouldn't call it 'code'.

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