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Re: TortoiseSVN+TortoisePlink+SSH.

From: Peter Scmsvn <scmsvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 22:18:07 CEST

Ok it means I must have some problem somewhere else, because I am losing
that information.

What I am doing is described in detail in my second message of that thread,
but I am
seeing empty author in the log messages that were committed using the

I will try further and keep you informed.

Thanks for the help.


On 5/31/06, Eric Hanchrow <offby1@blarg.net> wrote:
> >>>>> "Peter" == Peter Scmsvn <scmsvn@gmail.com> writes:
> Peter> Hi, regarding that thread, It seems that tunnelling svn://
> Peter> loses all the author information. (which is logical, since
> Peter> anonymous login has to be allowed.)
> I can't see why it would -- using svn:// _without_ tunnelling
> certainly preserves author information (by which I mean: each revision
> gets an svn:author property whose value is comitter's name). I can't
> imagine why that would change just because the network traffic was
> tunnelled; svn is not (and in fact, can not be) aware of the
> tunnelling.
> Perhaps if you described precisely what you're doing and seeing, we
> can help.
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Received on Wed May 31 22:18:18 2006

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