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Issues when trying to login with svn

From: Matt Harp <mharp_at_seapine.com>
Date: 2004-07-30 20:08:14 CEST

Complete newbe here trying to do some integration into Subversion.

I setup my server and am running svnserve on a Windows box.

I have two main questions.

1. When I have anon-access set to read, I can execute a call like

        svn -ls --username fred --password blah

Where the info I give for login is bad, but I never get an error from
svn client. It just returns the results of the ls call? Shouldn't it be
failing since my login was bad?

2. How can I stop svn from prompting on a bad login attempt? I set
anon-access to none and now when I give a bad user/pwd I get prompted
for both username and password. It would seem there should be a flag to
tell svn to just fail with an error message w/o having to prompt. The
specific problem I have is that from a Windows app, I'm executing these
calls in a cmd window and know of no way to tell my app to respond to a
cmd prompt. Am I missing a flag, or is this not possible?

Any help would be much appreciated.



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