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As far as I know all SVN path-based permissions have to be manually entered in a text file.

Does anyone know if there is a nice editor for SVN path-based permissions? By "nice" I mean UI appealing and good usability.

My scenario is: I have got a hosted SVN server on a Linux machine (FTP, SFTP and SSH access) and I want to manage the per path permissions from a GUI-windows-based-editor (my PC).

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There is a very nice tool called suafe which is a free subversion user authorization file editor. I am using the same and is very light weight and comfortable. you can get it from: http://code.google.com/p/suafe/

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Take a look at VisualSVN Server. VisualSVN Server Manager console features a very nice GUI to manage path-based authorization settings. You don't need to edit authz file manually, everything can be done through the management console.

VisualSVN Server Manager security settings

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Thanks for your input, but I may have expressed myself wrongly. My scenario is: I have got a hosted SVN server on a Linux machine (FTP, SFTP and SSH access) and I want to manage the per path permissions from a GUI-windows-based-editor (my PC). Do you see that possible with any kind of tool? Thanks again! –  flai Apr 5 '13 at 13:36
    
I don't know any GUI for SVN path-based authorization, except VisualSVN Server's. The tool @vivec mentioned may help you however I've never tried it. Installing Java just for one minor tool is an overkill, I 'spose. –  bahrep Apr 9 '13 at 15:55

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