removing a repo from a group in gitolite

I’ve a gitolite setup, my gitolite.conf file looks like,

@myrepos = test
@myrepos = proj1 proj2

repo @myrepos
    RW+ = user1 user2 user3 user4

Now, I’d like to give access to a new user “user5” to “proj2” alone.
Is there a way to do it in gitolite without removing the repo from the group?

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    You could define another rule just for user5 and proj2, which means you don’t have to modify myrepos group.

    repo @myrepos
        RW+ = user1 user2 user3 user4
    repo proj2
        RW+ = user5
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