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Re: [TSVN] Double auth revisited

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-12-15 16:09:15 CET

Nicklas Norling wrote:

> Steps to reproduce:
> 1. Turn on SSPI authentication (I have a Win2k server + apache)
> 2. Flush the auth cache on the client (Settings button)
> 3. 'Update' one of your old folders with e.g. "DOMAIN\username" + pwd

Can you reproduce it without SSPI authentication? Just because I don't
have a windows domain here at home to reproduce that. And without SSPI I
couldn't make it ask for authentication twice...

> Note that svn.exe do not exhibit the same behaviour.
> C:\SomeFodler>svn up
> Autentiseringsregion (realm): <http://myserver:80> SVN Test area
> Lösenord för "username": *********
> Är på revision 12.

Sure. Subversion doesn't ask the server first for the HEAD revision like
TSVN does. That's not always good:
svn up file1 file2 file3 file4
at revision 100
at revision 100
--- now here, someone else finishes his/her commit.
at revision 101
at revision 101

With TSVN, you will always update _all_ items to the exact _same_
revision, no matter if someone else commits in between the updates
(Subversion updates multiple items non atomically).


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