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svn not permanently accepting ssl cert

From: Craig Hopkins <c.o.hopkins_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2009 14:21:35 +0000


I was going to raise this as a bug, but thought I'd drop it here first
in case it's something that's already been discussed.

I recently came across the problem where svn up/co/revert/whatever
would always ask me to manually/permanently accept the SSL cert for
the server I was connecting to. Even if I selected permanently, it
would always ask me again the next time. After a bit of frustration
and digging, I eventually worked out that my .subversion folder had
somehow changed itself to be owned by root:root and so the changes to
the allowed keys weren't actually being written to my .subversion
folder. Had svn actually told me that it couldn't do this, I would
have worked it out a lot sooner :) Is it the kind of thing where an
error can be introduced if it can't make changes to the
.subversion/auth folder ?



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