On 3/14/07, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I hope that I am following the proper etiquette regarding my question. I
> apologize in advance if I did not.
> I have created an SVN repository on a Fedora box and am accessing that
> repository through the Subclipse plug-in on Windows. I create everything in
> Eclipse and create my SVN repository location without any issues. My
> problem is that I don't need any security credentials to check out the
> code. It does it without prompting me for any username and password. I
> know that this may be an SVN server configuration, but would you know how to
> force people to enter credentials. Right now, anybody with my IP would be
> able to get my source files.
The only way to force credentials is to setup the server to force it. This
is explained in the Subversion book:
Subclipse, when using JavaHL, shares a credential cache with the command
line and other clients. So if you cached your credentials using the command
line or TortoiseSVN, it is possible you are not being prompted just because
the credentials were already cached.
Received on Wed Mar 14 17:01:47 2007