Is anyone synchronizing view rights between their AuthzSVNAccessFile and fisheye? websvn can use AuthzSVNAccessFile files so keeping that access in sync is easily done. I'm not sure how to approach it using fisheye and figure I'll need to find or write a plugin. I just wrote a tool to resolve rules per user from the access file so it might be possible for me to feed that into fisheye or use it to control access to fisheye via an apache in the middle.
Anyone already have a solution?
We use fabric to get the access file from the subversion server, parse it and synchronize it with Atlassian Crowd.
Fisheye repositories are automagically setup via the Rest API and utilize the access group and users defined in the previous step.
You could probably use the same method for synchronizing, the only pitfall we had was that some groups were defined with different casings, which turned out to be a headache for us since we had setup crowd to output all group and usernames as lowercase.
Fabric for automating tasks: http://www.fabfile.org/
Universal Rest API client for interfacing between python and crowd (or fisheye if you don't use crowd): https://universal-client.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
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