|Subject:||Re: Any plan for file level CVS ACL in near feature?|
|Date:||Thu, 03 Mar 2005 10:25:33 +0100|
|User-agent:||Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0 (Windows/20041206)|
My stuff is for the cvs acl contrib from cvshome. It's rather independent on the version so
it should work with any version of cvs and would not need to be modified with
cvs upgrades.. As you said, it works only with commit (but you can easily adapt
the code to mahe it working also on tag command).
It has nothing to do with the patch to cvs you found in sourceforge.
On Wed, 2005-03-02 at 21:03, Francois Legrand wrote:I tried to use the cvs-RACL patch to CVS !!! And I was really not satisfied... I suspect that it's quite buggy ! Thus we decided to use the cvs-acls contrib which works perfectly. If you are interrested, I released a web tool to administrate easily the rights without having to edit manually the avail file. All informations here: http://cvsacls.planck.fr/Thanks all for reply. I have already downloaded that. I am going to try it once I finish with CVS back-end setting. But does it work for CVS-1.12.11 available from cvshomes.org ? Or it is for CVS-ACL patch for cvsacl-1.2.2-for-cvs-1.11.18 available from cvsacl.sourceforge.net. I am really confused between the two. For me, the unpatched CVS-1.12.11 seems working for commit restriction with pserver method. I am doing some final testing for it.I will get back to you Francois. Regards, TusharCheers Francois
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