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Feature Request: clear saved data from the command line

From: Jim Kring <jim.kring_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008 19:34:47 -0800

Hello TortoiseSVN Developers,

Thanks for all your hard work on this extraordinary software!

I have a feature request -- I hope this is the right place to post such a
request and if not, I apologize. Here goes...

I would like the ability to clear the TortoiseSVN saved data, specifically
the authentication data via the command-line (via TortoiseProc.exe). The
reason that I would like to automate this is that we have several build and
test machines where a common windows account is used to log into the
machine, but each developer/tester has a different svn account. Users want
to save the authentication data while they are working on the machine (to
avoid re-entering it during successive svn operations), but want an easier
way to clear the authentication data when they log off of the machine (going
into the TortoiseSVN Settings>>Saved Data dialog requires too many steps for
them). If we could clear this data via the command-line, then we could
create a batch file or shortcut that clears the authentication data when the
user double-clicks it. Or, we could configure windows to execute this
command when users log off the computer.

Thanks for considering this request. Please let me know if you have any


-Jim Kring
Received on 2008-01-28 04:35:00 CET

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