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[Subclipse-users] Unsupported Password Stores still a problem with Subversion 1.7?

From: Nils Woetzel <nilswoetzel_at_web.de>
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2012 13:55:52 +0200

My configuration

Linux Ubuntu 10.10 x86_64
eclipse 3.7.2
subclispe 1.8.x
subversion 1.7.4 (compiled on my own with gcc 4.7)
SVN Team Provider Core 1.8.8 org.tigris.subversion.subclipse

I have the following entry in /home/{user}/.subversion/config

password-stores = gnome-keyring

And I am receiving this message, when I start eclipse:

"Unsupported password stores"
"Subversion 1.6 contains a bug that causes eclipse to crash when
Subversion tries to interact with the GNOME keyring via the Subversion
JavaHL API..."

I am not sure why this warning is emitted, since I am using subversion
1.7.4 (verified in Preferences->Team->SVN);
I can ignore that warning, and I have no issues with the GNOME keyring
password stores.

I would suggest, that instead of check if the version is >=1.6 that it
actually only checks if the version is equal 1.6.x.
I hope somebody else can verify, that the GNOME keyring together with
the JavaHL API does indeed work with subversion 1.7.x (I had no issues
with 1.7.3 either).

This discussion:

Does not indicate, how to reproduce the problem, I am not sure if
there is anything else in regards to that bug.



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