An enhanced version of the mod_perl module used to provide Redmine authentication and authorization for Apache (mainly for Subversion HTTP(s) access)
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=head1 Apache::Authn::Redmine

Redmine - a mod_perl module to authenticate webdav subversion users
against redmine database

=head1 SYNOPSIS

This module allow anonymous users to browse public project and
registred users to browse and commit their project. Authentication is
done against the redmine database or the LDAP configured in redmine.

This method is far simpler than the one with pam_* and works with all
database without an hassle but you need to have apache/mod_perl on the
svn server.

=head1 INSTALLATION

For this to automagically work, you need to have a recent reposman.rb
(after r860) and if you already use reposman, read the last section to
migrate.

Sorry ruby users but you need some perl modules, at least mod_perl2,
DBI and DBD::mysql (or the DBD driver for you database as it should
work on allmost all databases).

On debian/ubuntu you must do :

aptitude install libapache-dbi-perl libapache2-mod-perl2 libdbd-mysql-perl

If your Redmine users use LDAP authentication, you will also need
Authen::Simple::LDAP (and IO::Socket::SSL if LDAPS is used):

aptitude install libauthen-simple-ldap-perl libio-socket-ssl-perl

=head1 CONFIGURATION

## This module has to be in your perl path
## eg: /usr/lib/perl5/Apache/Authn/Redmine.pm
PerlLoadModule Apache::Authn::Redmine
<Location /svn>
DAV svn
SVNParentPath "/var/svn"

AuthType Basic
AuthName redmine
Require valid-user

PerlAuthenHandler Apache::Authn::Redmine::authen_handler
PerlAuthzHandler Apache::Authn::Redmine::authz_handler

## for mysql
RedmineDSN "DBI:mysql:database=databasename;host=my.db.server"
## for postgres
# RedmineDSN "DBI:Pg:dbname=databasename;host=my.db.server"

RedmineDbUser "redmine"
RedmineDbPass "password"

## Authorization where clause (fulltext search would be slow and database dependant).
## Default: none
# RedmineDbWhereClause "and members.role_id IN (1,2)"

## SCM transport protocol, used to detecte write requests
## Valid values: Subversion, Git, None
## Default: Subversion
# RedmineRepositoryType Subversion

## Credentials cache size
## Default: 0 (disabled)
# RedmineCacheCredsMax 50

## Credentials cache expiration delay in seconds
## Set to 0 to disable expiration.
## Default: 5 minutes (300)
# RedmineCacheCredsMaxAge 60

## Check authorizations against a specific project.
## Default: none (extract project from location)
# RedmineProject myproject

## Permissions to check for "read" access.
## You can add several permissions, user is granted access if *at least* one them exists.
## Default: :browse_repository
# RedmineReadPermissions :browse_repository

## Permissions to check for "write" access.
## You can add several permissions, user is granted access if *at least* one them exists.
## Default: :commit_access
# RedmineWritePermissions :commit_access

## Deny anonymous access.
## Affects both authentication and authorization
## Default: Off
# RedmineDenyAnonymous On

## Deny non-member access to projects.
## Default: Off
# RedmineDenyNonMember On

## Administrators have super-powers
## Default: On
# RedmineSuperAdmin Off

## Sets firstname, lastname, email address to environment variables.
## Default: Off
# RedmineSetUserAttributes Off

</Location>

To be able to browse repository inside redmine, you must add something
like that :

<Location /svn-private>
DAV svn
SVNParentPath "/var/svn"
Order deny,allow
Deny from all
# only allow reading orders
<Limit GET PROPFIND OPTIONS REPORT>
Allow from redmine.server.ip
</Limit>
</Location>

and you will have to use this reposman.rb command line to create repository :

reposman.rb --redmine my.redmine.server --svn-dir /var/svn --owner www-data -u http://svn.server/svn-private/

=head1 MIGRATION FROM OLDER RELEASES

If you use an older reposman.rb (r860 or before), you need to change
rights on repositories to allow the apache user to read and write
S<them :>

sudo chown -R www-data /var/svn/*
sudo chmod -R u+w /var/svn/*

And you need to upgrade at least reposman.rb (after r860).


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