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Daily use guide - authentication section

From: Julian Ransom <julian_at_themobileagent.co.uk>
Date: 2006-01-16 20:39:48 CET

This is a really, really minor point about the documentation. In the Daily
Use Guide section, under Authentication, you have:

"If the repository that you are trying to access is password protected, an
authentication Dialog will show up.

Enter your username and password. The checkbox will make TortoiseSVN store
the credentials in Subversion's default directory: $APPDATA\Subversion\auth.
One file for each server that you access. If you want to make Subversion and
TortoiseSVN forget your credentials, you have to delete the corresponding
file(s). "

Under the auth directory, there are in fact three folders (svn.simple,
svn.ssl.server, svn.username), and the corresponding file(s) seem to be
stored somewhere in one of those folders (on mine, the file was in the
svn.simple folder).

See, told you it was minor ;-)

Julian

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