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[Subclipse-users] svn+nativessh insists on useless password

From: Igor Bukanov <igor_at_mir2.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2012 22:52:45 +0200

I use subclipse 1.8.16 with SVNKit 1.7.5.v1_r9382_v20120718_1415
under Eclipse 3.7.2. To connect to the svn server I use a native ssh
configured via [tunnels] in ~/.subversion/config:

nativessh = ssh

My native ssh is configured with passwordless authentication and uses
a username defined in .ssh/config. However, during SVN operations, I
get a popup dialog asking to enter username and password for the
Repository. In that dialog I cannot leave the password field empty as
the OK button is disabled unless one enters something in the password
field. So to proceed I enter some random string there.

Is it possible to disable this useless in my setup dialog?

Regards, Igor Bukanov


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