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Re: Problem with multiple repositories in one webdav domain.

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-18 13:31:44 CET

On 3/18/07, Sebastian Siikavirta <sebastian@jotuca.com> wrote:
> Hi, I have multiple repositories under one domain and I'm sharing those
> repositories with webdav. I have connected different username and
> password for different repository. If I use tortoisesvn as a client for
> multiple repositories from one domain, tortoise asks username/password
> everytime I try to do anything.
> I clarify a bit: If I only have one repository checked out, everything
> works fine. Tortoise remembers my username/password. But when I checkout
> multiple repository from one domain, tortoise only remembers latest
> username/password used for that domain. This is really annoying.
> Problem seems to be that tortoise remembers one username/password-pair
> for one domain, not for one base-url.

Actually this is Subversion functionality which TortoiseSVN "inherits"
by virtue of using the Subversion libraries. Subversion only caches
authentication information on a per-server basis.

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