I've added support for custom author name in JavaSVN. Could you please check
whether this new feature works as expected.
To check, please do the following:
1. download javasvn.jar from http://tmate.org/svn/download/ssh/javasvn.jar
2. put downloaed jar file into
in place of existing one.
3. add the following line to ECLIPSE_HOME/configuration/config.ini file:
4. restart Eclipse with "-clean" option and make a commit. Author name
should be aaron.
Please, let me know whether it works for you or not. From what I read from
Subversion C code, this feature is supported by svnserve, but not supported
by the current svn command line client version, I will also check whether my
understanding is correct with Subversion developers.
From: Aaron L Pfeifer (RIT Student) [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 01:13
Subject: [Subclipse-users] Different author and username with svn+ssh
> JavaSVN prompts you for authentication information. The username defaults
> to your PC account, but it is an editable value right on the dialog.
Right, except that the username that I use there is for logging in through
ssh. However, I need to specify a different author. For example, suppose
my login to ssh is aaron1234. Although I'd like to login through ssh with
this username, I'd like to use "aaron" as my author value when checking in
files, not aaron1234.
Received on Thu Mar 16 17:46:43 2006