Reported by Bastien Jaillot, Dec 8, 2008
Ligne 172 of the plugins do a "continue" action if svn_remote_url is configured. Paradoxale ;).
Comment 1 by Loïc d'Anterroches, Dec 8, 2008
This is normal. If you want to control the access to a subversion repository you need to serve the repository by yourself. That is, you need to have it on your own server. Note, the svn_remote_url in this case is *not* the one you provide in the idf.php file but the one you provide when you create the repository. Usually you are not providing it if your repository is local: $cfg['svn_repositories'] = 'file:///home/svn/repositories/%s'; $cfg['svn_remote_url'] = 'http://you.com/svn/%s';
Comment 2 by Bastien Jaillot, Dec 8, 2008
Yes, but there is still a problem : I created the project directly from the web interface. This is a svn project. I put the name I wanted to create and yes, it creates the repository and the project. But he filled the conf "svn_remote_url" and co. So the dav_svn.authz isn't updated.
Comment 3 by Loïc d'Anterroches, Dec 8, 2008
Um, when you create the new project and select subversion as the repository type. You have 3 optional fields: Remote Subversion repository: [ ] Repository username: [ ] Repository password: [ ] Have you been putting values there? If so, this is not the way to go, because this means that you want let say to use a googlecode subversion repository with your local installation of InDefero. If not, then, this is a bug.