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Sharing a working copy when using svn+ssh

From: Vicente E. Cano <canovic_at_iit.edu>
Date: 2005-12-30 04:43:55 CET


I would like to share my working copy with another developer. We are
working on a website and are using Subversion to manage files. I
checkout the repository using svn+ssh into the web document root and the
other developer adds and makes changes to files. The only problem is
that when he tries to commit the repository, svn asks him for _my_ ssh
password. I read on the book "Version Control with Subversion" that this
could be accomplised using SSH's 'authorized_key' file.

I would like to know if there is another way of accomplishing this, for
example, by using an argument when invoking 'svn ci' that specifies the
user who is submitting the repository.


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Received on Fri Dec 30 04:45:35 2005

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