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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.

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