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This is handled by the usual file system permissions (read the manual for more
info).  You may also want to check if your file system supports setfacl and


address@hidden on 2001.02.09 06:19:29

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To:   address@hidden
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Subject:  How to restrict module violation

Hi ,

    I  am using CVS 1.10.7   with pserver .  I want to restrict  module
violation  by the developers .
  1. How to give  specific permissions  to specific modules to specific
  2. How to get the userName/authorName of the file  when committing
takes place .

 Kudi Arasan

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