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Re: Newbie question : Tracking the users who committed

From: Purnima Venkatram <purnima.venkatram_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-28 06:08:52 CEST

Thanks a lot Gavin for the prompt reply.
What can i do for the local repository though ? Since, right now author
retrieves root and myloginname for svnlook author. And there is no file
where i can specify the password for the users even if i decide to use
--username for the first checkout.

Thanks.
Purnima Venkatram.

On 7/28/06, Gavin Lambert <gavinl@compacsort.com> wrote:
>
> Quoth Purnima Venkatram <mailto:purnima.venkatram@gmail.com>:
> > For svnserve this can be managed with the svnserve.conf and the
> > passwd files right ?
>
> And the authz file, for the latest version, yes.
>
> > So, even now then should i be first using svnserve to make repository
> > accessible to network and then use the passwd file for authentication
> > . Even in that case i would need to use the --username option right
> > while checking in ?
>
> Normally you just specify it once, when checking out the working copy.
> After that SVN normally caches it for you so you don't need to
> explicitly specify it every single time.
>
>
Received on Fri Jul 28 06:10:02 2006

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