Mark Phippard wrote:
> These could be expected behavior, or they could be JavaHL bugs. This is
> tested on Windows with 1.4.0
> 1) JavaHL has a method named setConfigDirectory(String name) that allows
> you to override the location of the directory containing the runtime
> configuration information. From my testing on Windows, it appears that
> this feature works for settings in the config file, such as auto props.
> However, things like the SSL and password cache appear to still store in
> the default location. I would have expected all of the configuration area
> info to be pointed to the new location, but it is entirely possible that
> the feature is only intended to let you override the config file.
> Does anyone know if this should also work for the cache?
setConfigDirectory() was, I thought, supposed to be the equivalent of
running --config-dir on the commandline.
So I would expect that, as the auth cache is but one component of the
.subversion runtime configuration directory, the cache employed would
follow the recommendation of --config-dir or setConfigDirectory().
C. Michael Pilato <email@example.com>
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Received on Fri Oct 27 21:23:46 2006