My work desktop PC has just been refreshed and now I'm using Windows 7 64bit.
Seeing as my employer uses Ubuntu development servers with svn 1.5, I've installed PuTTY, Pageant and TortoiseSVN 1.5.10-x64. I've set up pageant to use my ssh key and it and PuTTY seem to be working fine.
However, if I try to do any operation on the working copy, I get a TortoisePlink dialog, asking me "login as:".
It will work if I enter my ssh username for the server the svn repository is located on, but often it will require me to enter the username multiple times (I just tested "show log" and I had to enter my username 4 times). However, it doesn't ask me for my password, so it must be getting my ssh key from pageant.
When I used Windows XP, after setting up pageant correctly, TortoiseSVN never prompted me for anything.
Why is it asking for a username when it didn't before? Isn't that information stored in the working copy? And how can I specify the username I want it to use for a particular working copy so that I wont have to enter it again?
Note Because our servers have svn1.5 and svn automatically upgrades working copies to the current format and working copy formats are not backwards-compatible, I need to use TortoiseSVN 1.5 for a hassle-free life. So any solution which doesn't involve upgrading my svn or tortoisesvn is appreciated.