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Re: subversion admin tool

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-06-13 14:00:49 CEST

On 13.06.2005, at 13:12, Cagatay Catal wrote:

> I need a subversion admin tool to get reports from SVN repository.
> Is there any tool which gives us some reports?

Tell us more about what you're looking for. What specifically would
you like in those reports?

> Also; is there any simple tools for developers to change their
> passwords
> in SVN? Why does not Tortoise SVN support this?

There are many different ways you could set up password
authentication, and not all ways are available with all repository
access methods. You might have a text file of usernames and encrypted
passwords, or you might use ssh logins, or HTTP basic authentication,
or LDAP, or PAM, or something with SSL certificates. It's up to you
as sysadmin to define what your authentication scheme is, and then to
provide a way for users to manage their passwords. Whether that way
is that users walk up to you and say "change my password to this" or
something better is up to you.

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