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Re: [Subclipse-users] 2 questions : auto-props, and password caching

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-25 01:04:09 CEST

Benoit <bcampedel@hotmail.com> wrote on 09/24/2006 05:21:53 PM:

> 1 - is there a way to add the same repository twice, with different
> users ? (or simply change the user when committing)
> When I first add my repository, it asks for my login and password,
> and I'm forced to save this information.
> Then, I couldn't find a way to use another user for some operations.
> Since I'm managing a repository for many users, I need, from time to
> time, to connect with their logins to make some tests.
> I'd like to avoid using the terminal.

No, Subclipse does not allow you to define multiple connections to the
same repository (unless the URL can be different). However, it is not
true that you are forced to save the username and password.

> 2 - is there a way to save auto-props features for keywords 'inside'
> the Eclipse project ? This is possible with CVS.
> I'd like this feature, to be able to specify the 'rules' for some
> common files (*.java *.c) and make sure people working on the same
> project don't forget to add the keywords properties. It's currently
> possible, with templates, to make sure the keywords are inserted in
> the new files they create. But it seems they need to manually say,
> for each file, what keywords to manage. Since they may be using
> different computers, with different accounts, the solution provided
> by .subversion in home directory is not adequate.
> Any help on these two items ?
> If it's not possible at this time, i'd be happy to know if someone
> else had the same need.
> And if so, what workaround are you using ? (if any)

No. These features are provided by the Subversion library. It has its
own area where you have to define this configuration info. Subclipse does
have a feature that allows you to specify where the configuration area is
located. Hopefully a future version of Subversion will allow this info to
be stored and pushed from the repository.


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