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I did a checkout using a temp username and password yesterday.

Now that I have a new username and password, how can I change my credentials without having to delete my checkout and recheckout?

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In ordinary Subversion the credentials are stored in ~/.subversion/ and are not specific to a given working copy ('checkout'). I don't know whether this is true for Subclipse. – Kevin Reid Feb 7 '11 at 20:48

I think this will work.

Disconnect the project from SVN then reconnect with your new credentials.

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Hi Chris, how do I disconnect the project from SVN? I literally just installed subclipse last night and still trying to get my way around it. Thanks, Tee – teepusink Feb 11 '10 at 18:42

I realize that this is a necro thread, but if you delete the server credentials at:

%APPDATA%\Subversion\auth\

And then the .keyring file at:

\eclipse\configuration\org.eclipse.core.runtime 

You will be prompted for username / password with the next svn command you attempt.

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We even have rewards for necromancy on this site, so don't worry about it ;) You should have read the question though: The user has a Mac, which means he's running Mac OS X, not Windows. – Daniel Beck Jun 24 '11 at 17:22

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