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Re: Feature Request: clear saved data from the command line

From: Jim Kring <jim.kring_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008 19:38:31 -0800

After posting this, another thought comes to mind. If there were an option
to clear the authentication data when the user logs out of Windows (or logs
in to Windows), that would solve my needs more directly. However, I presume
that adding a command-line option might be an easier stop-gap solution.



On Jan 27, 2008 7:34 PM, Jim Kring <jim.kring_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> 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
> questions.
> Thanks,
> -Jim Kring
Received on 2008-01-28 04:38:37 CET

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