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Tortoise with NTLM Authentification and Subversion

From: <karsten_at_gresch.de>
Date: 2006-07-27 17:55:34 CEST

>Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
>>No, you can't enable that automatic authentication without recompiling
>>TSVN. But you could try a nightly build - there it's enabled.

karsten@gresch.de wrote:
>Thanks very much, Stefan, I installed the nightly build >(TortoiseSVN- and it works like a >charme! As I cannot reproduce the problems related to neon and mod_sspi, >I'll definitely use it and switch the repositories to NTLM.

Unfortunately the following happens: After a local copy pointing to a 1.3.2 repository has changed via the Tortoise 1.4 nightly build, other SVN clients (Subclipse, AnkhSVN) complain that the client's version is too old and won't recognise the local copy as under SVN control.

This probably happens because there seems to be information stored in the metadata of the local copy about the SVN version of the repository (???).

Anyway, for us this means we need to compile 1.3.5. on our side, which would be much more fun if we hadn't so much other stuff to do... What a pity there's no archive of the nightly builds ;-)

So long, all the best,


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