I already know the technique of using SVN+SSH, however even with this method, people can still use the in-the-clear http option. Is it possible to only allow “localhost” so that SSH tunneling is required to reach the repo?
I don’t use SVN, but can’t you password protect the directory via .htaccess to block HTTP access?
I’ve since switched to SVN+SSH use exclusively, but I remember back when I was using HTTP access to subversion that I’d set basic auth usernames and passwords for each repository as part of the repository setup.
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You can do this by setting up the repository manually using a shell account and making it accessible to a specific Unix group.
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