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Re: Repository Access

From: S I
Subject: Re: Repository Access
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 12:28:39 -0700

Great, thanks.

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S I wrote:
cvs_acls? Ok thanks. I have to research that. Is that a 3rd party tool or part of CVS?

It's part of the source code distributed from Download the tarball (or check out the source) and cvs_acls will be in a directory named 'contrib'.

cvs_acls provides more fine-grained control over access - it allows, for example, control over who can check into branches, and so on.


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