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svn client issue/question

From: Michael Kefeder <ml_at_weird-birds.org>
Date: 2002-12-29 13:37:37 CET


I currently started using the svn client for windows (version 0.16.0
(r3987)) working with a repos on linux (version 0.16.0 (dunno exact
release)). I experienced 2 strange behaviours.

1. If no default editor for the commit messages is defined and -m is not
used svn for windows crashes.

2. When i'm logged on in Windows/Linux as user X but Y is my svn username,
svn first asks for users X password. After entering the password for X svn
asks for a username and password (because user X has no acces to the
repository - i think?), i enter username Y and its password. svn list works
this way but svn import fails.

svn list https://svn.home/repos
svn import https://svn.home/repos directory directory -m "
import from windows" --username mike

does not work:
svn import https://svn.home/repos directory directory -m "
import from windows"

svn: RA layer request failed
svn: OPTIONS request failed on /repos
svn: OPTIONS of /repos: 200 OK

Is that wanted behaviour? If yes, why does svn list work without the
--username option? Or are "commiting" commands treated different from
"reading" commands in svn? If yes, why is that?


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Received on Sun Dec 29 13:08:36 2002

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