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On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 07:51:53PM -0000, David Padilla wrote:
> I want to give a remote user the ability to access part of the source 
> tree, and only that part.  I know that I could make this section of 
> the source tree a separate module, but I was wondering if there is 
> another way.  In other words:

Sure.  Run cvs in server mode over ssh, and use standard unix permissions.

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