On Nov 3, 7:54 pm, Mark Phippard <markp..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 2:38 PM, rupert.thurner <rupert.thur..._at_gmail.com>wrote:
> > while looking for a possibility to help a user of subversion so he
> > does not need to type the server password all the time, i got hinted
> > to GnomeKeyring and seahorse. subversion offers to be compile with --
> > with-gnome-keyring option.
> managing your keyring and this is tied to your login session. What we did
> for our CollabNet binaries was write a small command line tool that uses
> the GNOME keyring API but gives you a simple command line interface. I do
> not know why GNOME does not provide one. I would be happy to share the
> source code if you want it.
> With this tool you can use the command line tool to create a keyring as
> well as unlock it. The latter is what you would want to do when you login
> (after starting the keyring-daemon).
mark, great to hear you would be able to share this tool.
btw, the keyring-libraries are now linked to the http://opencsw.org
subversion solaris build and therefor in the upcoming opencsw
Received on 2011-12-14 19:09:28 CET