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[Q] External sources and svn+ssh access

From: <I.zaufi_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-24 02:31:30 CET

Hi list!

Recently I was playing with migration our repository from CVS to Subversion
and found a problem with external sources...

Remote repository we use is accessed by svn+ssh protocol. In this repository
we have a couple of external sources. Actually it is just another modules
from this repository... so repository layout looks like this:


for top-level directory of super-module/ we have 2 svn:externals defined:

sub-module-1 svn+ssh://hostname/path/to/svn-root/sub-module-1/trunk
sub-module-2 svn+ssh://hostname/path/to/svn-root/sub-module-2/trunk

The problem:
        When remote user (and local username and remote user name are not the
same!!!) wants to checkout super-module he type the command:
  svn co svn+ssh://user@hostname/path/to/svn-root/super-module/trunk

but when SVN start to checkout external sources it ask about password of local
user on remote machine...!!! -- Yes I'm understand it is because we didn't
specify any user in externals URL... BUT WE CAN'T do this because we have a
lot of users which are would like to checkout super-module (with sub modules)
and all of our users are grant sufficient permissions to whole repository...
(all users are actually developers and want to commit too...)

so the question is: how to checkout such composite module using svn+ssh?

thanx in advise.

// BR

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