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Re: [TSVN] Repost: How to set username and password

From: Stefan KŁng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-05 15:25:42 CEST

On 10/5/05, Matthias Moetje <moetje@terasens.de> wrote:
> I am currently using Tortoise with anonymous read access.
> Now I want to commit changes and I know the password
> for it, but how can I set username and password? Clearing
> the auth cache does not work because (due to anonymous
> access) no password dialog appears. When committing
> I just get an error without an option to set a password?

- what repo access do you use (http/https/svn/svn+ssh/...)
- where is your repository located
- *what* error do you get? 'an error' isn't useful at all - or does
your store ask you for "some money" instead of a definite amount of
money for what you buy?

Some more things to consider:
TSVN can't 'set' the password beforehand. It asks you for it when the
server does. If the server doesn't ask for authentication, then TSVN
doesn't ask you either.
So: if you don't get asked for it, then there's a misconfiguration on
the server.

> Did I overlook something or is this username/password
> administration issue a real flaw in this (otherwise excellent)
> application?

I think I won't comment on that one, I'm angry enough.


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Received on Wed Oct 5 15:26:07 2005

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