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Re: Wishes for set ACLs


It seems that this is not the main goal of the standard ACL model to introduce such complexity. Maybe another pluggable model would be more adapted to specify rights according to a more complex relationship model.

For example, one alternate model is implemented has a backend allowing the specification of relationship available on http://aacls.sourceforge.net/ (integration as an ACL plugin has been initiated but not finished).



Hallvard B Furuseth a écrit :

Kurt D. Zeilenga writes:

At 07:36 AM 3/17/2005, Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:

I've got a few wishes for set acls.

I have one...

1) avoid deadlock conditions

Ouch. When is that? Is it bad enough that one should not yet use sets after all?

Oh, yet another:

Expand $<digit> after parsing the set instead of before parsing, so
e.g. [$1] doesn't break if $1 contains a ']'.  That probably means
$<digit> can only be used in [] and in the attribute name after '/'.
At the same time, one could parse the set when the config file is
read instead of when the access statement is evaluated.

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