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Re: Client-side commit hooks (Revisited)

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2002-08-02 23:43:01 CEST

On Friday 02 August 2002 14:14, you wrote:
> There are various ways to work around that, it sounds like you're
> already thinking about them...

I'm thinking the script will have a config with a simple map from the
usernames used to commit to the user/pass pairs for the remote repo. Yes
they would have to be plaintext, but then it's all stored plaintext in the
WCs anyway :)

begin-user-map http://server/remote-repos
  map localuser = remoteuser, pass
  map localuser2 = pass # localuser2 is the same for both repos

... something like that.

But this is getting off topic. Thanks for you're help, I'll come back if I
have more questions. Probably I'll need help using the Python bindings at
some point.

Peter Davis
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Received on Fri Aug 2 23:43:33 2002

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