anon-access is killing me!
From: Gre7g Luterman <gre7g.luterman_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 12:24:09 -0600
Long time fan of TortoiseSVN, first time poster...
Over the years, I've set up almost a dozen different svn repositories on my
Today, I made a new repository that I'd like to allow anyone to read, but
anon-access = read
I connected to this repository with TortoiseSVN and did a check-out. Since
Instead of asking me for a password now, it just gives me:
Error: Commit failed (details follow):
Grr. Yes, I know I need to enter my user/pass, but how do I convince
I'm connecting with WindowsXP Home. Admittedly, my TortoiseSVN is only
I even tried specifying my user name in the check out (by saying
The workarounds I can see are to:
1) turn off anonymous access temporarily -- which will only defer problems
2) create an anon user with read-only rights -- not preferred since it is
Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
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