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From "chiasa.men" <chiasa....@web.de>
Subject svn://localhost and local username + port forwarding over ssh?
Date Sun, 20 May 2018 19:45:04 GMT
Imagine:
svnserve is running in daemon mode. Is there a way to use the system 
credentials for access control?
So if user "bob" logs in and does a "svn co svn://localhost/peterRepo ~/" svn 
should check for bob and shouldnt ask for further credentials.

The same should happen when bob establishes a port forwarding mechanism over 
ssh to the svnserve port.

svn+ssh:// is not used, but svn://localhost.

(The reason seems to be that svn+ssh seems to create a new tunnel for each 
action (right?) while svn uses a persistent tunnel created manually/somewhere 
else)

Is this even somewhere discussed?








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