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Question about SWIG Perl Bindings

From: Jeremy Brown <jeremy_at_cadre5.com>
Date: 2004-03-17 21:36:37 CET

Hello all,

I see in the man page for SVN::Client that the following code allows you
to use a callback to prompt the user for information used to
authenticate before access to the Subversion repository:

           use SVN::Client;
           my $ctx = new SVN::Client(
                     auth => [SVN::Client::get_simple_provider(),

           $ctx->cat (\*STDOUT,

           sub simple_prompt {
             my $cred = shift;
             my $realm = shift;
             my $default_username = shift;
             my $may_save = shift;
             my $pool = shift;

             print "Enter authentication info for realm: $realm\n";
             print "Username: ";
             my $username = <>;
             print "Password: ";
             my $password = <>;

In the particular piece of software I'm working on, users will already
have been authenticated at this point (we use an external LDAP server),
and I simply want to create a Subversion client that performs operations
on the remote repository as though it were that user. Is there a simple
way I can just instantiate a SVN::Client object and simply pass it the
username it needs to operate as? Or will I need to write some sort of
weird callback routine, that I seed with the correct username ahead of
time, before calling SVN::Client->New?

Thanks in advance,


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