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Re: Replacing --no-auth-cache with something better

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2003-12-11 17:47:06 CET

"C. Michael Pilato" <cmpilato@collab.net> writes:

> Tobias Ringström <tobias@ringstrom.mine.nu> writes:
>> That also means that the command-line option --no-auth-cache needs to
>> be renamed to --no-password-store or something similar. Suggestions
>> for a better name are most welcome.
> I suggested exactly this kind of thing a while ago. Basically, you're
> options would be:
> --no-auth-cache : don't store anything
> --safe-auth-cache : store usernames, but no passwords or
> other "private" data
> (nothing) : store it all
> With per-server configs in ~/.subversion, of course.

I like that as well. It restores the original behaviour of
store-password (from the time auth data was stored in the WC) where it
only affected the password and not the username.

Philip Martin
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Received on Thu Dec 11 17:48:26 2003

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