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Re: svn diff - password bug?

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2003-01-06 22:49:49 CET

Petr Sebor wrote:

> Garrett Rooney wrote:
>> it's just doing what you asked it to.
>> diffing against PREV means 'diff against the last version of this
>> file', which means it has to access the repository to get that
>> version of the file, which requires a password because you configured
>> it to ask for one.
>> -garrett
> Ok then, but why is it so inconsistent? I mean - why I don't have to
> provide password
> when doing svn up ?
> for example:
> svn up -r PREV foo.txt is ok... no password required (svn asked me
> for it long time ago,
> the password is now stored in .svn/auth/{username,password})... but why
> svn diff -r PREV foo.txt is not ok? This is not correct.... at least
> IMHO :-)

uh, because i was wrong ;-)

see karl's response to your message.


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