Those permissions are auto-created inside of Django and we generally don't
do anything special inside of the Review Board UI for them. Until now we've
taken the approach that users are either full admins or normal users.
The API does use some of these permissions to grant access to some resource
methods but off the top of my head, I don't remember if the repository
permissions are handled in that way.
On Fri, May 8, 2015 at 8:27 PM Sri Ram Kannan <sriram.ss...@gmail.com>
> In the latest reviewboard version that I have installed, as a admin, I
> gave the below permission to one of the users as:
> Can add repository
> Can change repository and
> Can delete repository
> But I do not see the user account has got the permission.
> When I logged in as non-admin (user who has the above permission), I
> cannot see any link to add/change/remove repository in the user profile
> page or while creating a new review request page.
> Am I missing something here ?
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