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[PATCH] optionally use $SVN_USERNAME as login

From: <bd_at_bc-bd.org>
Date: 2005-07-20 22:13:35 CEST

Hello,

[please CC me as I am not on the list]

Abstract

  Sometimes users share a working copy. It would be nice to not have to
  type --username all the time, or re-enter the username at the prompt.

Proposal

  I wrote a small patch (attached) to set a default login using an
  environment variable called SVN_USERNAME. It will be overridden by a
  passed --username option:

    main.c | 7 +++++++
     1 files changed, 7 insertions(+)

Example

 env only:
 
  bd@hk $ SVN_USERNAME=foo subversion/clients/cmdline/svn ls \
  http://localhost/svn/repos/test
  Authentication realm: <http://localhost:80> Subversion Repository
  Password for 'foo':

 env and option:
 
  bd@hk $ SVN_USERNAME=foo subversion/clients/cmdline/svn \
  --username bar ls http://localhost/svn/repos/test
  Authentication realm: <http://localhost:80> Subversion Repository
  Password for 'bar':
 
 none:

  bd@hk $ subversion/clients/cmdline/svn ls \
  http://localhost/svn/repos/test
  Authentication realm: <http://localhost:80> Subversion Repository
  Password for 'bd':

Log

  * subversion/client/cmdline/main.c: Add $SVN_USERNAME support
    Use environemt variable SVN_USERNAME as default login. It will be
    overridden by an --username option.

regards
        bd
        

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