[TriLUG] Subversion Question
timjowers at gmail.com
Fri Mar 7 08:08:37 EST 2014
You can probably use SSH rsa keys if storing password is a security issue.
That's what people do with git. I never did it with svn but adobe has some
article on it apparently:
On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 7:52 AM, Scott Chilcote <scottchilcote at ncrrbiz.com>wrote:
> On 03/06/2014 06:01 PM, Z-man wrote:
> > Thanks for the response. Each application is not a problem except for
> > devs work on multiple apps. As you know, devs can be , , , special.
> > look at the login/logout/login process as really time consuming.
> > On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 3:13 PM, Lance A. Brown <lance at bearcircle.net>
> >> Sounds like your devs were used to doing an svn checkout of the entire
> >> repository and then navigating around within it to do their work.
> >> Instead, have them do an svn checkout for each application they are
> >> working on so they each get their own working directory on their local
> >> machine. Credential should carry over properly in that case.
> >> --[Lance]
> Hello Craig,
> I'm confused about where the logging in and out comes into play. I have
> used TortoiseSVN (and RabbitVCS on Linux) with multiple projects from
> the same repository, and it's completely transparent to me. Subversion
> handles the credentials entirely in the background.
> I wonder if this could be a configuration issue?
> Good Luck,
> Scott C.
> Scott Chilcote
> scottchilcote at ncrrbiz.com
> Cary, NC USA
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