Russel Winder <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 09/14/2005 11:39:54 AM:
> On Wed, 2005-09-14 at 08:56 -0400, Mark Phippard wrote:
> > Subclipse does not touch your disk, other than the bit of internal
> > stuff in the workspace/.metadata folder. The .subversion folder is
> > Subversion configuration area. It is written to by Subversion/JavaHL.
> > JavaSVN also uses it to be consistent with the other Subversion
> So is it the svn command that writes the files:
> or just JavaSVN? Which ever it is there is something very wrong here.
> As you can tell I am somewhat shocked that any tool is writing my
> passphrase in plain text on the filestore.
They both do it. In this case it is JavaSVN. For SSH connections, I do
not think Subversion stores anything because it just completely hands-off
to your SSH client. But for http(s) and plain svn connections it caches
info in this area.
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Received on Thu Sep 15 01:49:49 2005