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Re: users@tortoisesvn.tigris.org

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-25 19:14:02 CEST

Marco Seine wrote:

> We are using a subversion 1.3.x Server (apache) and are evaluating to
> switch to 1.4 now. I am using Tortoise 1.4 client since two weeks now and
> we have a strange behaviour:
> The original svn.exe client stores the user/password in the users windows
> profile directory (e.g. /Anwendungsdaten/Subversion/auth/...). Also,
> Tortoise 1.3 uses those file in order to cache the password.
> Tortoise 1.4 in contrast does not bother about those files. It does not
> show a password-dialog if those files are not present at all or if some
> other user stored his password locally, using the svn.exe commandline tool.
> Tortoise does just check everything in...
> We use the authentication against a domain server (which is configured in
> the apache configuration). So the user I use is my windows user. Tortoise
> seems just somehow to be able to "use" my windows user to check everything
> in, although I did not store any subversion password before. A checkin with
> svn.exe does not work without entering the password.
> Has anyone experienced the same effect? I wonder what will happen next
> week, when my windows will warn me to change my windows-password again
> after a certain period. Which password will Tortoise use then... If I
> didn't enter or store any password or username in tortoise (and even
> explicitly deleted the auth-cache using the Button in the Tortoise Settings
> dialog).

Maybe this will help:


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Received on Wed Oct 25 19:14:11 2006

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