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Question about user/password caching

From: Aradev <arahome_at_tut.by>
Date: Mon, 2 Nov 2009 02:05:09 -0800 (PST)


Using original SVN I can clear user/password for repository (server)
by removing proper file in Subversion (~/.Subversion) directory. This
is not easy (need to find proper file) but not hard/impossible for me.

In TortoiseSVN all possible user/passwords is stored in ONE file

Searching through UI of TortoiseSVN I have found only one way to clear
user/password - by using button "Clear [authentication data]" in
settings menu - CLEAR ALL PASSWORDS.

I have about 30 different SVN repositories with very different user/
password pairs.
Clearing all and rebuild all one-by-one is very bad way for me for
change ONE repository credentials.

Does anyone know the way how to CLEAR ONE URL AUTHENTICATION DATA not
touching others?

Thank You.



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