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Re: [Subclipse-users] Feature-Request: Change username /repository Location

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-03-13 19:30:24 CET

Sebastian Sickelmann <sebastian.sickelmann@four2b.de> wrote on 03/13/2006
06:06:22 AM:

> We actually want to change the username of a svn repository-location
> and hit some problems.
> In the build-in eclipse-cvs support you can simple change the username.
> After that it rescans the repository and it works just fine.
> But with the subclipse-plugin it is not as simple.
> BTW: We use a svh+ssh repository
> How can we solve the problem, easiely.
> We actually disconnects from repository. Change /.svn/entries File
> And "re"share the project with another SVN-Repository.

Usernames and password are managed by your adapter. Are you using
JavaSVN? You can delete your Eclipse .keyring file to destroy its cache.
I would recommend not taking the save password option so that you are
always prompted. It only prompts once per session which is not bad.

Since you mentioned editing the entries file, perhaps you have the
username encoded in the URL? If so, you can probably right-click on the
connection and choose the Relocate option which lets you provide a new


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