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[Subclipse-users] svnkit and svn+ssh with no password

From: Mike <stuff_at_mikepalmer.net>
Date: 2007-09-17 11:00:13 CEST

On the GUI for svn repositories it does not let you enter no password.
Basically I have an internal system that I tunnel to and use svn on the
filesystem with svn+ssh rather than webdav or svnserv. If the default
username for the enviroment is different than the svn username there is
no way to change it to another username with no password via the GUI
since the 'ok' button only becomes active after chars are entered in the
password field. So I am basically throwing out the idea that maybe the
'ok' button should always be active and let the authentication mechanism
make sense of the attempt on its own. (that would at least fix my issue
with the svnkit implementation)


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