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Re: Two levels of authentication

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-18 21:32:19 CEST

Mike Scott wrote:

> I’m new to the list. I’ve a suggestion and thought I’d try posting it
> here for discussion before adding it to the issue tracker. Forgive me if
> this has already been discussed and I’ve missed it.

Our issue tracker is write protected. Only developers and some regulars
on this list can create new issues there.

> My suggestion is treating read and write authentication data caching
> separately in TSVN. The reason is that I am in a team of devs who use
> TSVN and we want to make sure that when we check in, it’s with our own
> credentials. So we never check the “Save authentication” checkbox in the
> login dialog.

Authentication caching is done by the Subversion library. You have to
ask for such a feature on their mailing list.


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