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Re: svn:// - no author

From: François Beausoleil <fbeausoleil_at_ftml.net>
Date: 2004-12-10 18:22:50 CET

On 10/12/2004 07:22, Chuck wrote:
> svn, version 1.1.1 (r11581) compiled Oct 23 2004, 14:47:47
> I've got a subversion repository served up via svn - no ssh, no id/password
> (anon=write) and I'm getting "(no author)" on all commits. I've noticed
> that if I access a local repository via file:///path than my network id is
> used as the author - this also has (anon=write). This is via the command
> line.

Subversion authentication is Server-Pull, and not Client-Push. So, if
the repository does not ask for authentication, nothing is sent by the
client, and the server has no authentication information to put in

The fact that file uses the network ID is because that's the way the
file protocol was built.

Hope that helps,

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Received on Fri Dec 10 18:58:39 2004

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