Re: --non-interactive and keyrings
Philip Martin wrote on Fri, Feb 03, 2012 at 10:02:06 +0000:
> Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com> writes:
> > * Brings kwallet to the same behaviour as Gnome keyring.
> I've realised there is another difference in the current behaviour. The
> way auth works is that Subversion records whether a particular provider
> was used to store a particular password. The KDE provider will only
> prompt to open the wallet when the auth data indicates that KDE was used
> to store a particular password. The GNOME provider prompts to unlock the
> keyring whenever any password is requested, before checking the auth
> data to see if this particular password was stored in the keyring.
> I don't see any advantage to the GNOME behaviour, it looks more like a
> bug than a feature.
That behaviour is defensible. "Why should any random app I run know
what passwords my keyring stores?"
Compare how Subversion does not disclose the names of directories one
doesn't have read access to.
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Received on 2012-02-03 11:13:43 CET
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