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[Subclipse-users] Commit Error.

From: Eric Berry <elberry_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-24 18:37:05 CET

   I'm a new user and I'm having trouble committing files from the
synchronize view. I've created a new repository, and set up Subversion on a
local network server. Subversion was set up using a new user "svn". I'm
using svnserve as the server and I didn't set up any passwords (I'm just
trying to test it out). I put up a repository, created a project, imported
it and started up the server. I then went through subclipse and checked out
the project's trunk - no problems there, works perfectly. However, when I
try to commit any changes I get this error:

    svn: Commit failed (details follow):
    svn: Commit failed (details follow):
    svn: 170001: Authorization failed

I'm not sure what I've done wrong, and I didn't get any prompts to put in a
username/password. When I created the repository, no username/password
fields were available. I assumed that it was because there was no
username/password required. In any case, please help, I'm trying to get my
team over here converted to SVN instead of CVS, but without the eclipse
integration they just won't go for it.


Infinite Loop: Someone included an include that included the include?
Received on Fri Mar 24 18:37:21 2006

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