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Re: auth cache vs. non-interactive

From: Christian Lynbech <christian_at_defun.dk>
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2009 17:13:43 +0100

>>>>> "Bert" == Bert Huijben <rhuijben_at_sharpsvn.net> writes:

Bert> Which Subversion version do you use on which operating system?

Sorry, should have included that.

It is svn version 1.5.5 (r34862) on OSX 10.5.6.

Bert> This behavior depends on the supported authentication key stores supported
Bert> on your operating system. On some operating systems (e.g. OS/X) using the
Bert> key store might give a popup dialog or question without a way to suppress
Bert> it.

Ah, this could be the issue as this is indeed on OSX. The problem also
doesn't seem to hit on Linux but I thought that could be due to a
difference in svn version being used in those two cases.

This of course leaves me with the problem of what to do about it. I
would rather not have emacs supply --username/--password on every
invocation and psvn essetially does the right thing on using
--non-interactive and I worry what would happen if I removed the use of
--non-interactive and svn then felt like prompting me, how musch havoc
would that afflict on psvn?

Oh well, it will probably work most of the time.

Thanks for the help.

Christian Lynbech | christian #\@ defun #\. dk
Hit the philistines three times over the head with the Elisp reference manual.
                                        - petonic_at_hal.com (Michael A. Petonic)


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