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Re: User name blank for Tortoise SVN users

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-11-08 14:56:00 CET

On 11/8/06, Nikki Locke <info@trumphurst.com> wrote:
> Matt Sickler wrote:
> > > Yes, I allow access without a username. Doesn't prevent the Linux client from
> > > supplying one, though.
> >
> > Right, but the server wont care about them unless it [the server] requires them.
> That's simply not true. If I commit something in Unix, and then view the log, the
> unis user name is shown as the author. If I do the same thing in Tortoise, no user
> name is shown. In neither case do I have to enter a user name and password while
> interacting with the repository, nor do I want to.

That's most likely because you're committing over a file:// url, which
just records the current username of the committing user as the author
of the commit. If you're actually using a server (i.e. committing
over http(s):// or svn://) then it requires authorization to be turned
on before the server will even have a username to record. If
anonymous writes are configured it will just leave the author blank.


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Received on Wed Nov 8 14:56:50 2006

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