Setting up SVN Usernames
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I'm using MATLAB's builtin SVN source control integration. I had to tweak the config file to allow anonymous access. Now that it's no longer just me using the repository, I'd like to use the --username option for my commits. I can't figure out how to do this, so all of my commit logs show "r# | (no author) | [date] ..."
Does anybody know how to get it to take a username, then display that in place of (no author)?
--EDIT: Given my comment describing the SVN side of the problem, I'll update my question to be entirely MATLAB specific. Does anybody know how to get MATLAB to store my SVN credentials across sessions? I'll even take a solution that involves the startup.m file.
Ed Marquez on 18 May 2017
My suggestion is to check this link:
Which leads to:
While you are in that 2nd link, I would also recommend going over Section5: Repository Admisnistration and the Repository Maintenance Subsection.
ja on 27 Apr 2021
I don't know if you're having the same problem I was having but just in case:
I was having an issue where I have created a local repository and was using that folder in matlab. But doing anything kept asking for my password, which is weird. I discovered the problem was that I had recently changed my password and, despite being able to navigate the folders just fine, apparantly the permissions were not quite what was expected for matlab use.
Anyway, the fix is to simply go, in Windows, to the folder I was using and try to do an SVN update. It asked for my password. I entered it and checked the "remember me" box. Now matlab works just fine.