Password for Subversion repository of XML API Registry
Note 1: I don't know if this is the correct sub-forum for asking this question. Moderators are allowed to feel free to move this thread where it fits, if necessary.
Note 2: Because the forum software denies me to post otherwise, I had to obfuscate the URLs a little bit (remove spaces to deobfuscate them). Sorry for the inconvenience. :-(
> h ttp://www.opengl.org/registry/#specfiles
"All documents in the registry are available from the Khronos Subversion server using anonymous public access."
In the Readme file (https://cvs.khronos.org/svn/repos/og...api/readme.pdf) page 4, section 2 you can read:
"However, to modify the XML database or the generator scripts for other purposes,
you’ll need to install a Subversion client and download the registry subrepository at
I tried to put this URL into my subversion client (TortoiseSVN 1.8.0), but it keeps me asking for username/password. I tried lots of sensible username/password combinations, as leaving these fields empty, anonymous/email_adress etc. None is accepted.
So: what is an accepted username/password combination for checking out the registry subrepository by a subversion client anonymously?
Last edited by Wolfgang Keller; 06-26-2013 at 05:28 PM.
Hmm, for me "svn checkout https://cvs.khronos.org/svn/repos/ogl/trunk/doc/registry/public/api/" works and never asks for username/password. I'm not terribly familiar with TortoiseSVN, is there perhaps a checkbox to tell it you want an anonymous checkout?
Based on your comment, carsten neumann, tried using the command line version with the same command ("svn checkout https://cvs.khronos.org/svn/repos/ogl/trunk/doc/registry/public/api/"). The server still asked for username/password.
But then I tried the following combination (I don't know how I came to the idea to try this combination):
This combination was accepted - so: problem solved.
Perhaps it should be added to the documentation that this username/password should be used for anonymous access...
EDIT: I assume the reason why you aren't asked for username/password is that it's already stored on your computer.