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Re: Commit User Display/Change

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-24 00:06:07 CEST

On 7/23/07, Anthony <tortoisesvn@gray-team.com> wrote:
> > Then why are the different users not using their own
> >logins on that PC?
>
> Mainly because it is shared and users use the same
> environment. It would be more time consuming for each
> user to have to logout of windows and then go back in. It
> switches hands a lot. I know it might not be that common.

It's "not that common" because it's just plain bad policy.

> >For subversion access, the credentials are cached per
> >windows user.
> > I'm not even sure that the svn client has access to what
> >is there.
>
> I see. So there is no way to do this with tortoise?

TSVN menu -> Settings ->Saved Data -> Authentication Data -> Clear
will clear the cached credentials. It's the same as running "del
%APPDATA%\Subversion\auth\*" on the command line (or pretty close to
that). The trouble is that you have to instruct people to do it every
time.

You could also uncomment the line store-auth-creds = no in
%APPDATA%\Subversion\config and then clear the stored credentials,
which would prevent the credentials from being cached until someone
unsets this option (IOW, users would be prompted every time creds are
needed by the server).

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