Russel Winder wrote:
>On Thu, 2005-10-27 at 01:09 -0600, Denny Valliant wrote:
>>I don't know what client adapter you are using, but javaSVN is storing
>>user/pass stuff in the
>>eclipse keyring now. Someone who knows more will tell more, I wouldn't
>>want to steer you
>>wrong. Damn my lack of a short term memory. And email searching skillz ;-)
>Yes I am using the JavaSVN adapter, sorry I should have said originally.
>Being basically a beginner to Eclipse (I have only used it for some J2ME
>development so far but am now trying to do some larger scale J2SE and C
>++ development with it) I am not sure what the Eclipse keyring is nor
>what is does. I guess this is a RTFM?
Basically, yeah, especially if you're interested in the security aspect.
I'm a bad boy, because I haven't
RTFM'ed it, but I gather it's a "more secure" Eclipse API sorta thing
for multiple plugins and such to
store info with a relatively strong algorithm or whatnot.
You could search the archives of this and maybe the dev list for
ssh/security or whatever keywords
and you would come up with some useful stuff I think. Again, I could be
off with the keyring bit,
I know javaSVN started using it, but I'm not 100% sure what goes where.
Little searching should
yield some results.
Eclipse makes me feel all warm and fuzzy (like subclipse ;). What a
swell IDE. Just swell.
Received on Thu Oct 27 20:08:14 2005