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How do I find out who svn thinks I am?

From: Ted Stern <dodecatheon_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2009 12:06:57 -0700

I use the svn+ssh access method multiplexed via a single user account,
say 'projectmgr', using ~projectmgr/.ssh/authorized_keys to start up
svnserve with the --tunnel-user option. This enables me to convert
our standard usernames from company-mandated ids to real names.

Does svn have a command that would tell me what my --tunnel-user
userid is? I'm setting up a build process that installs into a
<prefix>/<builder_name>/ directory, and I'd like to use the same
builder-id as the tunnel-user.

Here's a hack I've tried in bash

     builder_name=`svn lock somefile | cut -f4 -d"'"`
     svn unlock somefile

but I'd like something that doesn't require locking a file, even
temporarily.

Ted

-- 
 Frango ut patefaciam -- I break so that I may reveal
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