On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 10:09 AM, Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 2009-10-06, Mark Phippard wrote:
>> This is a relatively simple change that impacts people using SVN in
>> Eclipse on most versions of Linux.
>> * r39692
>> Fix issue #3498: Subversion password stores freeze Eclipse
>> All subclipse users are in great need of this.
>> Resolves a minor conflict in libsvn_auth_gnome_keyring/gnome_keyring.c
>> where the code changed was refactored on trunk.
>> +1: stylesen
> I have now built Subversion --with-gnome-keyring. Where can I find a
> guide to setting up Eclipse to use my freshly built Subversion 1.6.x?
> (It's a year since I last looked at setting up Eclipse with Subversion
> so I've forgotten it all.)
> And then how would I activate and test the gnome-keyring bug?
There is info here:
Start by following the Subclipse install instructions, which you can see here:
The wiki tells you how to point Eclipse at the JavaHL you have built.
To see the bug, access a repository that requires authentication.
Eclipse will lock up/crash. With the bug fixed, you should get the
gnome-keyring GUI prompt to unlock the keyring.
I have CentOS 5 in a VMWare and for some reason I cannot build JavaHL.
Something wrong with the header files that I have not figured out. I
can test built binaries, but cannot currently build myself.
Received on 2009-10-07 16:38:33 CEST