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svn --non-interactive preventing keyring access

From: Christoph Caks <ccaks_at_bestsolution.at>
Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 11:55:56 +0200

Hi,

I'm using svn in combination with maven. Since maven executes svn
--non-interactive, i have to provide authentication data via the
auth-cache.

I'm using the gnome-keyring as key-store and everything works perfect
until i use the --non-interactive switch:
I get an authentication error:
 Could not read status line: SSL error: sslv3 alert handshake failure
It seems to me that svn in non-interactive mode does not access the
keyring and tries to connect without any auth info.

I don't want to use the plaintext passwords ( but i have tried it and it
works ).

My svn version is 1.6.1 (r37116)

Google told me that this was a bug for mac systems, but i'm using linux

My config is as follows:
server is https with client certificate

~/.subversion/servers
=== 8< ===
[groups]
myserver = myserver.domain
[myserve]
ssl-client-cert-file = /path/to/my/certificate
=== 8< ===

~/.subversion/config
=== 8< ===
[auth]
password-stores = gnome-keyring
store-auth-creds = yes
store-passwords = yes
=== 8< ===

greetings
Christoph

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