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From Apache subversion Wiki <comm...@subversion.apache.org>
Subject [Subversion Wiki] Update of "AuthzImprovements" by StefanFuhrmann
Date Fri, 12 Sep 2014 15:04:36 GMT
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The "AuthzImprovements" page has been changed by StefanFuhrmann:
https://wiki.apache.org/subversion/AuthzImprovements?action=diff&rev1=7&rev2=8

Comment:
Typo and idomatic changes.

  on the context.
  
  A '''access control list (ACL)''' contains a number of '''access control elements (ACE)''',
- each describing what '''users''' shall have which '''access rights'''. Users might be specified
+ each describing which '''users''' shall have what '''access rights'''. Users might be specified
  indirectly by using '''groups'''.
  
  A '''path rule''' specifies what ACL applies to a given path.
@@ -35, +35 @@

  
  == Inheritance and disambiguation ==
  
- These are the rules as of today, with rule 3 added to support
+ These are the rules as of today, with rule 6 added to support
  ambiguous path patches caused by pattern matching.  Please note
  the difference between ''matching'' (does a path fully match a
  given pattern?) and ''applying to'' (governing the access rights).
@@ -59, +59 @@

   6. If multiple path rules match a given repository path, only
   the one specified last in the authz file shall apply.
  
-  7. If multiple ACEs of a given ACL apply to a user, the sum of
+  7. If multiple ACEs of a given ACL apply to a user, the union of
   all individually granted access rights is granted.
  
  {{{#!wiki caution 
@@ -165, +165 @@

  
  Wildcard sequences in paths shall be normalized internally.
  This is merely done to reduce matching costs later on and some of
- the matching code may rely on normalizes pattern.
+ the matching code may rely on normalized pattern.
  {{{
  	// Variable length wildcards shall be the last in a sequence
  	while path contains "/**/*/"

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