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Re: Daily use guide - authentication section

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2006-01-17 23:35:53 CET

Julian Ransom wrote:
> This is a really, really minor point about the documentation. In the Daily
> Use Guide section, under Authentication, you have:
>
> "If the repository that you are trying to access is password protected, an
> authentication Dialog will show up.
>
> Enter your username and password. The checkbox will make TortoiseSVN store
> the credentials in Subversion's default directory: $APPDATA\Subversion\auth.
> One file for each server that you access. If you want to make Subversion and
> TortoiseSVN forget your credentials, you have to delete the corresponding
> file(s). "
>
> Under the auth directory, there are in fact three folders (svn.simple,
> svn.ssl.server, svn.username), and the corresponding file(s) seem to be
> stored somewhere in one of those folders (on mine, the file was in the
> svn.simple folder).

Thanks for spotting this one. I have expanded the description in r5443,
and linked the 2 sections which deal with clearing cached auth data.

Simon

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