How to save passwords in TortoiseSVN?

Posted by – March 22, 2010

Follow these steps
a) Right click on local code repo
b) Go to TortoiseSVN > Settings
c) Go to “Network”
d) Browse for SSH Client and use following
“C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoisePlink.exe” – Can be found in TortoiseSVN installation folder in c:\Prgram Files
d) Append following replacing username and password with your user name and password
“-l username -pw password
e) Click OK/Apply
That’s it. :-)

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10 Comments on How to save passwords in TortoiseSVN?

  1. karen says:

    Does this allow you to have different login/passwords for different projects?

  2. I never tried it. Now I work on Debian and not sure if it is possible or not.

  3. Andrew Holt says:

    That’s brilliant, going to save us loads of time with the number of commits we make!

  4. Chaitanya says:

    Great it works!

    Thanks Kumar Chetan Sharma

  5. fox says:

    how to append? please shed some light on the matter, m new to it…

  6. Andre says:

    Thank you very much for the info

  7. v says:

    yeah, great security – store your password in text format so that everyone accessing your pc can see it – BRILLIANT IDEA!

  8. Eric says:

    Thanks for sharing!
    Constant Tortoise logins were driving me nuts and wasting time.

    @fox It looks like this
    “C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoisePlink.exe” -l myusername -pw mypassword

    Enjoy

  9. Bob says:

    confirm it works as desired. It affects only the one working copy, if you follow instruction a) right click on that local repo’s directory first.

  10. saxan says:

    Thanks for this !
    Repeated Tortoise logins were driving me crazy.
    God Bless you

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