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Re: How to enable user to change their own password

From: Kris Deugau <kdeugau_at_vianet.ca>
Date: 2005-07-21 16:52:12 CEST

Calvin wrote:
> Sounds like we need web interface for the user to change their
> password. It's unacceptable that he has to tell his password to
> admin.
> I guess somebody has already done that?

Just like the handling for authentication through Apache, changing
passwords can be done using the many, MANY solutions already available -
this is NOT something unique to Subversion. The only place where
Subversion actually handles password processing of any kind on the
server is when running svnserve, IIRC.

A quick search for "Apache authentication" should turn up a VERY long
list of useful and a few not-so-useful resources. Add some more
keywords if you're looking for details on one particular type of
authentication backend.


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