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svn ignoring --username when using mod_sspi

From: Nicolai Scheer <scope_at_planetavent.de>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 17:38:02 +0200


I am trying to use svn cli out of a php script.
Therefor I do want to specify --username and --password on the call.

I'm using svn 1.5.0 binaries for windows xp, the server runs windows
2003, apache 2.2.8 and svn 1.4.4. The apache does authentication by
mod_auth_sspi. Everything works like a charm.

Problem is: If I'm trying to do a svn command line operation in the
windows shell with added --username and --password options, svn just
ignores the specified credentials and uses domain authentication. If I
run the very same command from a system not connected to the domain, svn
accepts the credentials.

Furthermore it is a bit unconvenient to specify a --config-dir folder,
so that I don't have to accept a self signed certificate. Is there any
workaround, e.g. just append something like a "--force-accept-ssl" option?



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