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php-ZendFramework2-Permissions-Acl - Zend Framework 2: Permissions ACL Component

Remi Collet
The Zend\Permissions\Acl component provides a lightweight and flexible access
control list (ACL) implementation for privileges management. In general, an
application may utilize such ACL‘s to control access to certain protected
objects by other requesting objects.

For the purposes of this documentation:

* a resource is an object to which access is controlled.
* a role is an object that may request access to a Resource.

Put simply, roles request access to resources. For example, if a parking
attendant requests access to a car, then the parking attendant is the requesting
role, and the car is the resource, since access to the car may not be granted
to everyone.

Through the specification and use of an ACL, an application may control how
roles are granted access to resources.


php-ZendFramework2-Permissions-Acl-2.4.10-1.el5.remi.noarch [19 KiB] Changelog by Shawn Iwinski (2016-06-12):
- Update to 2.4.10 (RHBZ #1343995 / RHBZ #1343990)
- Switch to GitHub source (and separate ZendXml pkg)
- Move autoloader into spec
php-ZendFramework2-Permissions-Acl-2.4.9-1.el5.remi.noarch [19 KiB] Changelog by Remi Collet (2015-11-25):
- Update to 2.4.9