> Le 08/10/2010 15:59, Bob Archer a écrit :
> >> Now, is collabnet solution able to serve tradition unix shell
> >> comand
> >> line clients ? is there a svnserve server behind it or is apache
> >> able to
> >> serve those clients using svn protocol too ?
> > BTW: If you have http(s) access you don't also need svn protocol.
> The svn command line client supports http(s) just fine.
> > BOb
> Damn it ! I didn't realized it was possible ... I though svn
> line tool could only talk to svnserve (svn or svn+ssh URLs) .
> Indeed, svn + ldaps URL might simplify my project .
> However, I already see a usage diffulty, any time I issue a svn
> line, I'am asked to enter my password (apache authN !) , is there a
> workaround to that authN password call ?
> with svn+ssh I could push ssh public keys once for all .
> thanks .
The client should be able to store the credentials if you have it set up to do so. On windows/mac it is encrypted with OS included libraries. For Linux you need to set up gnome keyring or kde-wallet.
Received on 2010-10-08 17:15:50 CEST