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Re: [PATCH] OSX Keychain support

From: Wilfredo Sánchez Vega <wsanchez_at_wsanchez.net>
Date: 2005-12-03 23:56:34 CET

On Dec 3, 2005, at 12:07 PM, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> I don't understand. I thought that in subversion's authn system, the
> 'realmstring' being passed around was an arbitrary string passed from
> the server to the client meaning, "here's the context in which you may
> safely cache the password." In the case of both httpd.conf and
> svnserve.conf, the realmstring is just some arbitrary value set by the
> admin, right? Something like "joe's subversion repository"?
> Or am I just confused?

   Only slightly. :-)

   realstring, at least in the current implementation, is something
like (from memory):

  <http://svnserver.example.com:8000/repository> Joe's Subversion

   And for an "Internet Password", I'd like to have a way to break it
down. The keys for an Internet Password would be something like:

  protocol: http
  host: svnserver.example.com:8000
  path: repository
  domain: Joe's Subversion Repository

   This isn't a huge deal, but sharing creds with Safari would be nice.


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