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svn+ssh - specifying login name

From: Kevin Old <kevinold_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-06-28 16:55:35 CEST

Hello everyone,

First, I want to thank everyone who has contributed to Subversion. I
am in the transition from CVS to Subversion and can't begin to express
my gratitude for such an awesome version control system!!! Also, to
the authors of "Version Control with Subversion", thank you for such
an excellent intro into the world of Subversion.

Now, onto my question. I've been using svn+ssh to connect to svnserve
on the box that hosts my repository, but have run into a problem.
Often times I'm on a system and need to login to Subversion as a
different user and need to know how to specify the -l command to ssh.

For example, on my client machine I'm logged in as "kold", but my
username on [the server] Subversion is "kevinold". Is there a way to
specify the user via svn+ssh or does svn+ssh accept the current user
I'm logged in as on the client machine?

Thanks for any help!


Kevin Old
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Received on Mon Jun 28 16:58:10 2004

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