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On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 02:09:32PM -0800, David Padilla wrote:
> What are the access control lists?
> Where can they be found?

I assumed operating system level ACL's.  Built into the file system.  So,
would depends on what you're using.  Something like AFS, most likely.

I guess if running the server on NT (*shiver*), you could be using NT level

But, basically, something supported by your OS, rather than CVS.
(No sense trying to have CVS reinvent the wheel, perhaps poorly).

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