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[Subclipse-users] svnant --no-auth-cache

From: McHenry, Matt <mmchenry_at_carnegielearning.com>
Date: 2006-11-27 22:52:29 CET

        (I couldn't find a separate mailing list for svnant, so
hopefully this is the right place for this question ...)

        I've got a nightly build process that needs to do SVN commits.
It runs under my user account on a box where I do various normal tasks
with the command-line SVN client. I have a special svn user
(buildprocess) as well as my normal svn user (mmchenry). I want the
automated commits that the build process does to come from the
'buildprocess' user, and stuff I do from the command line to come from
the 'mmchenry' user. I'm able to use the 'username' and 'password'
attributes for <svn/> to get the former. But this caches the
authentication credentials in ~/.subversion/auth/ (as described in
n.serverconfig.netmodel.credcache). So when I run svn from the command
line, it picks up these credentials and doesn't even bother to ask me
for my 'mmchenry' username and password.

        So, my question is, how do I get the equivalent of the command
line's '--no-auth-cache' option in svnant? If that's not possible, any
suggestions for other work-arounds are appreciated ...


Matt McHenry
412-690-2442 x150
Software Developer
Carnegie Learning, Inc.
Learning by Doing (r)
Helping over 375,000 students in 1,000 school districts succeed in math.

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