We have what I call a high-resolution permissions scheme in SVN using the authz file. What I mean by that is this:
we may have a team were developer X has permissions to a file but developer Y does not. If developer Y were to review code from developer X, we want our code review tool to honor or otherwise allow SVN to authenticate before allowing developer Y to see the file/changes.
Creating elborate group and/or permission schemes inside crucible is not practical; our authz has ~3K rules.
Does Crucible provide a mechanism for honoring SVN authz permissions?
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