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Setting username for un-authenticated access

From: mike nicholaides <mike.nicholaides_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-13 21:52:44 CEST

We're serving it with apache.

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>>Hi guys,
>>My team is using Tortoise to access (read/write) our repository that
>>does not require authentication. The Subversion command line client
>>automatically uses my windows login as the username. Is there a way
>>to get TortoiseSVN to do the same? Or at least can I manually set
>>which username to use?
>>Thanks a bunch!
>How are you serving up the repository?
>file, SVNServe, or Apache?

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