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    Hi, I have a plugin called KnxDT WordPress Bookmarks and I have a few doubts about the svn system to upload the plugin content:

    – Ok, I upload my plugin using the svn but in no one moment it request me a password or something. Can anyone install svn on his computer and update my plugin files? How can I set the permissions using my wordpress plugin password or something?

    EDIT: When I commit my local plugin folder I set my user and password but when I start I get this message:

    Error: Commit failed (details follow):
    Error: Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to CHECKOUT”
    Error: request for ‘/!svn/ver/40406/knxdt-bookmarks-wordpress-plugin/tags’

    – The other question is: How the WordPress could ‘know’ if a new version is available to THAT plugin? I know that the TAG directory could do that BUT How do you relation THAT plugin with THAT svn url?

    I don’t know if you unsertood my question. I hope that, excuse my newbie questions and bad english. Thank so much WordPress comunity.

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    I was typing my login user in lowercase, I didn’t know it was case sensitive. Thanks.

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