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Re: Repository Access
Re: Repository Access
Thu, 16 Jun 2005 11:00:36 -0700
cvs_acls? Ok thanks. I have to research that. Is that a 3rd party tool or
part of CVS?
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From: Todd Denniston <address@hidden>
To: S I <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: Repository Access
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 08:56:09 -0500
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Jim Hyslop wrote:
> S I wrote:
> > Hi Class!
> > Currently our CVS repo has 3 main & separate projects running under it.
> > By default when I create a new unix user; I give them access to the
> > whole repository, however, some folks have been editing files in
> > projects they were not supposed to.
> > How can I ONLY and specifically create or modify the access rights &
> > privileges of only few specific people w/o wreaking havoc on the whole
> > repository? And by default if they're not listed in that file then
> > means they have access to all projs? Is there a way?
> Use your operating system's access control system. Create a group for
> each project, and assign people to the groups they are allowed to be in.
> You will have to determine, in conjunction with your project leaders,
> which projects new users will have access to, by default.
> And, of course, get the managers and project leaders on side to explain
> that changing project files they haven't been assigned to will result in
> disciplinary action, up to and including termination.
Although the above is what I also see as the best option, you *MAY* also be
able to get some where in the middle using the cvs_acls script.
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