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Re: No authentication token created with 'svn ls'

From: George Stein <george.stein_at_go4more.de>
Date: 2007-11-12 13:46:27 CET

Brent Plump wrote:
> I spent a bit of time trying to get a new svn authentication token
> created. I was using 'svn ls' in a working copy and it continually
> asked for my password. Finally, I tried 'svn up' and the
> authentication token was created in the cache.
> Is this expected behaviour? I would expect any svn command would
> cache the authentication (unless told otherwise in config for
> --no-cach-authentication). It doesn't appear 'ls' is working that
> way.
> I plan to raise a bug about this if people agree.

May be it's similar to this thread:

If so, then it's fixed in 1.5.0-dev.


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