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Re: Unable to import files via Tortoise SVN

From: Philipp Klein <philipp_klein_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-02-27 21:35:58 CET


well, at the commandline it works.. But normally it should not, because i've
set a password for importing files.
Here are some configuration files. At first the svnserve.conf. There's only
one thing I changed:
password-db = passwd
Here's the password file which is in the same directory as the
phil = foobar
The weird thing is, that I was able to import all the files via commandline
_without_ entering a password (I wasn't even asked for it). Do you have an
idea, why he doesn't ask me for a password?

Anyway, the import via commandline works. But I've to say, that I tried the
import on the commandline only on the localhost; i the import via tortoise
svn over the internet. Maybe it can help you, here's the command I used for
svn import -m "m00" /home/phil/dev/src

Finally, there are two problems. The first one is, that he doesn't ask me
for a password. The second one is, that it still doesn't work via Tortoise
svn (eventhough I don't think that this is a bug of Tortoise svn).

Cheers, phil

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Received on Fri Feb 27 21:35:33 2004

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