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Re: Change ssh user

From: Joseph Mocker <mock+svn_at_fakebelieve.org>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 07:00:33 -0800

Did you try 'svn switch --relocate' maybe?

But I guess the question is why doesn't each user have their own working
copy in the first place? Seems like your working model is a little broken.


cmertes_at_techfak.uni-bielefeld.de wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> we're using an account several persons share. In this common account's
> home dir lies an svn working copy. The repository belonging to this
> working copy is located on a server which is accessed via ssh. On this
> server each of the individual persons has his or her proper account.
> Now the problem is: The ssh URL in the .svn/entries file keeps the
> username of the person who checked out the working copy
> initially. This means nobody else can access the
> repository. --username doesn't seem to work, neither does svn
> switch. Is there any elegant way to change the ssh username to use
> (writing a script to recursively change the .svn/entries files doesn't
> count as elegant by my definition).
> Many thanks in advance and kind regards,
> Christian Mertes

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