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Re: [PATCH] Change Default Client Credentials Caching

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-07-17 12:51:08 CEST

Thorsten Haude wrote:

>>3. Why not just set 'store-passwords = no' in ~/.subversion/config?
>This would make deployment more difficult. A patched version would be
>a simple binary install using whatever package manager we prefer at
>the moment. Also, I found at least two versions of the default config
>file, so patching the config automatically would not be easier.
Note that you can do the same in /etc/subversion/config as a global
default, which is probably easier to deploy than changing the default
config for every user.

>Any ideas about my original questions? Would the patch work?
Don't know; have you tested it?

>Is there a better way?
If you really have to patch Subversion, it would be better to tweak
svn_config_ensure so that it writes "store-passwords=no" into the
default ~/.subversion/config file.

>Is there a way to disable client credentials caching
Yes, there is a way to disable credentials caching. The question is, do
you really want to maintain your own fork of the SVN code indefinitely?

-- Brane

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