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Re: First update achieved.

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_apache.org>
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2018 23:43:32 +0100

On 28.10.2018 22:43, Eric S. Raymond wrote:
> Is there somewhere I can park a GPG key so as not to have to enter a
> password every time?

Subversion doesn't use GPG for authentication. It can store your
credentials in Gnome Keyring, KWallet or macOS Keychain, depending on
what OS you're using. There's also integration with gpg-agent. Assuming
you have a new enough client, typing 'svn --version' will list the types
of password stores it supports — as the actual stores used depend on
compile-time decisions.

-- Brane

P.S.: Subversion can also store the credentials encrypted on disk on
Windows, but I'm assuming that's irrelevant for your case.
Received on 2018-10-28 23:43:41 CET

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