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RE: User Repository Question

From: Boos, Paul M. <PAUL.M.BOOS_at_saic.com>
Date: 2006-12-05 14:50:19 CET

OK, I understand this - so it uses the login of the operating system...
 
OK, next question - I am running this on Windows - is SVN integrated to
understand Windows logins on a local machine?
 
Paul
 
 
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From: Matt Sickler [mailto:crazyfordynamite@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, December 04, 2006 9:02 PM
To: Boos, Paul M.
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: User Repository Question

AFAIK, it uses the user that you logged into the server with.
if the server doesnt require a username to commit, then svn doesnt get one
and the commit is empty (author wise)

On 12/4/06, Boos, Paul M. <PAUL.M.BOOS@saic.com
<mailto:PAUL.M.BOOS@saic.com> > wrote:

Here is another fundamental question as we move forward from converting to
SVN.

I can see where I can set up http basic authentication on an individual user
basis - how does Subversion track commits (and any comments/messages put in)

by user?

Does it pick-up on this occurring at the http server level?

Thanks in advance!
Paul

Paul M. Boos, PMP
NIPO Program Manager
SAIC: From Science to Solutions
Office: 703-419-5065
Mobile: 703-307-4322
On-Site: 703-601-9831 (no voicemail)
eMail: paul.m.boos@saic.com <mailto:paul.m.boos@saic.com>
Navy eMail: paul.boos@navy.mil <mailto:paul.boos@navy.mil>

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