bug: Wrong Author name on checkin (cached NTLM auth?)
From: Yu Yokota <yyokota_at_burgiss.com>
Date: 2007-12-10 21:04:50 CET
Hello TortoiseSVN developers,
First, I'd like to thank you for the wonderful frontend for svn.
I am experiencing some problem with 1.4.x and I would appreciate your
---- Client: 1.4.5 Build 10425 Server: svn 126.96.36.19990 + https with SSPI auth using Apache Steps: 1. Install TortoiseSVN 1.4.5 2. Right-click > TortoiseSVN > Settings > Saved Data > Authentication Data, and hit "Clear" button. 3. Check out some existing test project. (Checks out without auth challenge) 4. Make some change to a file you checked out. 5. Right click on the working folder and SVN Commit... > Type in commit message, and hit OK. 6. Right-click > TortoiseSVN > Show Log Problem: 1. I can check out and commit skipping the authentication challenge. 2. Author name on the log is Windows login name, instead of the svn user name. Expectation: 1. I am prompted with user name/password dialog after hitting "Clear" Authentication Data. 2. svn user name shows up as the Author, not the Windows login name. Note: This behavior did not happen with TortoiseSVN 1.3.2 or 1.3.3. I and the other developers in my company are using virtual machines with the same Windows login name to develop our code. Conceptually it is equivalent of using a community machine that's outside of the domain. Let's call this user name FOO. Subversion server authenticates against the Active Directory using SSPI, and all developers have unique user name, which we would usually use to check out and commit our code. Let's call the domain BAR, and my user name YY. My expectation is to see YY as the Author, but I see FOO. If I use TortoiseSVN 1.3.3, the Author would be YY. From the virtual machine, I frequently access other machines under the domain as shared drive, thus Windows remembers my BAR domain authentication BAR\YY. As a test, I accessed the test project's URL using Internet Explorer 6.0 and I could access it without being prompted for the user name and password. I accessed it with Firefox 2.0 and it prompted me for the password. ---- Looking forward to your kind concern. Thanks, Yu Yokota --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org For additional commands, e-mail: email@example.comReceived on Mon Dec 10 21:04:57 2007
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