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Changing a commit username

From: Jake Stone <jake.the.stone_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 04:26:42 -0500

Hello!

Our svn server is running on Apache with LDAP authentication, and until
recently any username was "DOMAIN/user" - we decided this was
unnecessary since there was only one domain. A quick change to the
server and usernames became just "user" The problem is, there are
several commit made to the repository before this happened. Is it
possible to replace these name in the repository? I would like to
replace any instances of "DOMAIN/user" with "user" so searches by commit
name, etc work as expected.

One user also had an incorrectly spelled username, and we have the same
problem.

Thanks!

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