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You should have read the websvn doc and everything would have been obvious :) Also note that you should not use the AuthzSVNAccessFile command to define the access file. Now that you've defined your authentication, you'll be asked for your user name and password in order to access the WebSVN directory. All that's left is to configure WebSVN to use ...


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OK I figured it out a way to do it. What I did was use mod_rewrite, which is an Apache module (shipped by default with all installations) for rewriting requested URLs on the fly. Here's the code: # Custom error pages ErrorDocument 404 /hidden/404/index.html ErrorDocument 403 /hidden/403/index.html # Pretend that /hidden doesn't exist # (unless this is an ...



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