Projects / SVNGroup


svngroup is a collection of tools designed to facilitate advanced access control lists for Subversion repositories. Unlike tools such as or authz, svngroup puts the manipulation of ACLs directly in the hands of group owners. Group owners are those individuals who have been granted "special" privileges in the repository and can make decisions regarding who can and can't submit to a particular location in the repository.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  12 Jun 2008 12:11

    Release Notes: The reason why commits fail is reported. Listing the working directory provides group information if it is available. Additional information is provided by the delgroup command. The server log-level is configurable. Quickly upgrading an existing installation is supported. A bug in which delpath caused a server exception was fixed. The LSB-style runlevel script stop did not stop the server. The server was not catching SIGTERM and left connections partially open. delpath with one argument caused a client traceback. All of those problems were fixed.

    •  08 Jun 2008 16:34

      Release Notes: A minor bugfix to the algorithm that determines what paths need to be validated from Subversion.

      •  07 Jun 2008 08:33

        Release Notes: Significant bugs with enforcing submissions were fixed. Users of version 0.9.3 should upgrade immediately.

        •  06 Jun 2008 23:15

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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