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overwriting authorization info

From: <Ruediger.Dohna_at_command.de>
Date: 2005-09-01 12:15:00 CEST

Hi all,

looking at http://subclipse.tigris.org/faq.html#passwords I would think
there should be better solutions than that. AFAIU Subclipse needs the
username and password only for the command line interface because it is not
very easy to react on the internationalized password prompt. But it stores
it somewhere in its own guts and blindly spitts it out into the user
application settings, even if there is already some other info for that
server... not matter what adapter is in use!

I would think it was not too difficult to:
- pass "--non-interactive" to the cli adapter
- if the exit status is non-zero:
- pop up a dialog including the error output and asking for username and
- pass them to the cli (so they get stored for the user)
... and never store that kind of info within Subclipse itself.

Kind regards,
 Rüdiger Dohna
command ag

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