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Re: User info

From: MikeW <mw_phil_at_yahoo.co.uk>
Date: 2007-05-24 13:11:17 CEST

Geoffrey Devantier <Geoffrey.Devantier <at> derivco.com> writes:

> Hi
> I have a little utility that is intended to be run from the root of a
> svn working folder. This utility automates some actions by issuing svn
> cmds via a command shell. While it is possible to use these commands
> natively in the context of the current user, I would like to retrieve
> the user login name in order to keep track of who is doing what. Does
> anyone have any idea as to how I can get this info?
> Thanks
> Geoff

Linux: $USER
Windows: $USERNAME

Or is the svn login name different from the OS login name ?

Also see svn-book.pdf section Client Credentials Caching:
By default, whenever the command-line client successfully responds
to a server's authentication challenge, it saves the credentials in the user's
private runtime configuration area (~/.subversion/auth/ on Unix-like systems or
%APPDATA%/Subversion/auth/ on Windows


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