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Re: Bug in "svn ls"

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-09-17 07:42:08 CEST

Ray Johnson wrote:

> As you can infer we are using the Mod that allows use to authenticate
> SVN users via a Windows Domain. In this case "svn ls" is only showing
> the domain instead of the domain\username - which is the real user name.

The problem here is that "svn status" output has very strictly formatted
columns, and cuts the username off at eight characters. Apparently the
Subversion team put emphasis on wanting to ensure each line of "svn
status" took up less than 80 characters, whereas the sams isn't true of
"svn log".

You should try the special SSPI module available at
http://www.deadbeef.com/software/sspi.html -- it offers an additional
setting, "SSPIOmitDomain", which will remove the domain name and
backslash from the stored username when using a Windows Domain for

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