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Re: Subversion Question

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-07 20:01:22 CET

On 3/7/07, sergs_castillo@yahoo.com <sergs_castillo@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a question on SVN.
> First, we are converting CVS to SVN. One of our process is that we have a
> production system where the code are checked out from CVS using a shared
> account. This shared account is not allowed to commit changes to CVS.
> However, if a bug is found and it can be fixed right away, a developer can
> fix the file in the working directory and commit it to CVS using the
> project's working directory by overriding CVSROOT, for example:
> Shared account checkout the files:
> $ cvs -d sharedaccount@host checkout <file>
> Developer committing a fixed code:
> $ cvs -d developer1@host commit -m "comment" <file>
> Is there a similar way to do this in SVN?

What access method are you using?

When working on a shared server like you're describing, I prefer to
explicitly pass my credentials to svn anytime I perform an operation
to eliminate any possible bad assumptions about what svn user ID
should be used.

svn <operation> <parameters> --username=USER --password=PASS

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Received on Wed Mar 7 20:02:28 2007

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