So I have an account "runhello". I have a private repository on bitbucket, let's call it SERVERSOFT; there is web software in here that I would like to be able to deploy to a server, so to do this while limiting security risk I created a separate account "mcc_deployer" (I'm assuming that's OK) and granted it readonly access to the repository. I then attempted to check out SERVERSOFT on the server. Here is what I found:
I can successfully:
Check out SERVERSOFT, from the mcc_deployer account, using hg.
Check out SERVERSOFT, from the runhello account, using svn [and also of course using hg].
Check out a public repository created by runhello, anonymously, using svn.
However, if I try to check out SERVERSOFT, from the mcc_deployer account, using svn, this fails. I try:
svn co --username mcc_deployer https://bitbucket.org/runhello/SERVERSOFT/trunk/server
It prompts me for my password several times, then prints:
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/runhello/SERVERSOFT/trunk/server' svn: PROPFIND of '/runhello/SERVERSOFT/trunk/server': authorization failed (https://bitbucket.org)
Wondering if I'd misunderstood the documentation (http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BITBUCKET/Accessing+your+Bitbucket+Repository+via+Subversion) I then tried:
svn co --username mcc_deployer https://bitbucket.org/mcc_deployer/SERVERSOFT/trunk/server
Without even asking for a password, it immediately printed:
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/mcc_deployer' svn: PROPFIND of '/mcc_deployer': 200 OK (https://bitbucket.org)
I realize the svn bridge is beta, however, this seems like some sort of oversight. Thanks!