What URL are you accessing your repository through? You'd never get a login
prompt through a file:// url, for example.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mclai [mailto:mclai@...]
> Sent: Saturday, September 26, 2009 6:57 PM
> To: users@... > Subject: Why no login asked by SVN?
> I just newly installed and configured both SVN v1.6.5 and TortoiseSVN
> on Windows XP professional with service pack 3. Everything seems working
> fine in both the TortoiseSVN client and command prompt client. I can
> import, add, checkout, update, commit, delete, revert,... but I am
> that none of the clients requires any login information. I have never
> supplied one. I also checked the directory "%APPDATA%/Subversion/auth/"
> found nothing (except for a few empty folders).
> In my svnserve.conf of the repository, I use the generic approach that has
> the following few lines (no path-based authorization).
> # anonymous users
> anon-access = none
> # authenticated users
> auth-access = write
> password-db = passwd
> realm = My First Repository for test
> In the password file (i.e., "passwd"), I followed the format to create
> Anyway, as you can see, the anonymous users are set to none but it seems
> that there is no authentication needed at all. Is there something I've
> missed or done wrong?
> Any thought? Thanks.
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