On 11.11.2014 17:08, Stephan Frei wrote:
> For our system in industral environment we have a addition user
> identification system on windows machines. With sharp svn there is no
> problem, i can set the user name executing operations (e.g after
> creating and automatically checking in of a new archive). But when i
> like to use the tortoise dialogs over TortoiseProc there is no way
> (or i do not see it..)to set the name to show in the log file. I can
TortoiseSVN asks for username/password automatically if the server
requires it. If that authentication is saved, it will use this for all
future authentication requests from the server.
> solve it by sending a log change after the commit. But for that i
> must set hook scripts and i must build a lock mechanism if i only
> want to change the user by programm, but users don't. And in fact, it
> is not very secure that i can hit the right version to change the
> right log entry. It would be very useful to have a additional
> parameter to set the visible user for the log file manually (and ,
> when working on parameters also one to set the minimum log message
> length directly checked in the commit window...)
> For us it is very important that our own user name be reported in the
> logfiles. And we don't really like to begin to change the source code
> ourself and coding something wrong. Could you provide a solution to
> help us to solve our problem?
If you want to automate commits, please use the command line client -
there you can pass username/password on the command line.
However, if your server does not ask for authentication and that's why
you don't get a username shown in the log, then I strongly suggest that
you reconfigure your server.
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Received on 2014-11-11 20:09:13 CET