On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 11:17:24PM -0800, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Jonathan Nieder <jrnie...@gmail.com> writes:
> > Isn't that a criticism of the git-shell-commands facility in general?
> > If it is common to have a lot of users with distinct home directories
> > but all with git-shell as their login shell, then the
> > git-shell-commands should not go in their home directory to begin
> > with, no?
> You can give one set of commands to some users while restricting
> others, no?
But that seems to me to argue against /etc/git/shell-disabled or
similar, which would apply to every user. Or are you proposing that the
if -d ~/git-shell-commands; then
: ok, interactive
elif -x /etc/git/shell-disabled; then
echo >&2 'go away'
That at least means you can apply _whether_ to disable the shell
selectively for each user (by providing or not a git-shell-commands
directory), but you cannot individually select the script that runs for
that user. But it's probably still flexible enough; you can, after all, run
arbitrary code in the shell-disabled script, so it can select which
class of user it was called on and dispatch to a sub-script.
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