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Re: Call svn executable from php on windows hangs forever

From: Kamal <kalotus_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-21 14:14:36 CEST

2006/7/18, Gavin Lambert:
> Is your webserver running as a different user? If so, it's probably
> missing the appropriate credentials, so it's prompting you for them.
> You should be using the --non-interactive options when you don't want it
> to be interactive, incidentally.

Thank you for your answer. I don't know what's really happening, but I
tend not to waste time too much on windows.
The real solution for me was to change the authentication scheme, I
insisted in using ssh when it was not the right environment. Now I'm
using a dedicated svnserve in daemon mode just to serve the apache
user (authenticated with --username and --password) from everywhere in
the local network. Why try to use a real account when the apache user
isn't a "real" account? I had to change my view a little bit.


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