On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 8:04 AM, Tristan Miller
> On Thursday 19 March 2015, Andreas Stieger wrote:
>> On 19/03/15 11:00, Tristan Miller wrote:
>> > I'm experiencing a problem with using KWallet as a password store. My
>> > operating system is openSUSE 13.2 (x86_64) and I can reproduce the
>> > issue
>> That's my package, and this works.
>> > with the Subversion 1.8.11 (r1643975) binaries provided by openSUSE,
>> Do you have libsvn_auth_kwallet-1-0 installed? That's required.
> Yes, I've got libsvn_auth_kwallet-1-0-1.8.11-2.11.1.x86_64 installed.
Next time, build from the SRPM, or at least start from there. It will
give you a better handle on system dependencies and options for
"./configure" to compile the necessary components.
I actually publish tools to backport current releases of Subversion to
RHEL 6, My approach involves some work, using tools like 'mock' to
build the Subversion packages in a pristine chroot cage environment to
make things work well. But it helps keep my developer environment,
which may have 3rd party library updates, from the build environment.
wjocj os odea;;u we;; defomed/
>> > well as Subversion 1.9.0-beta1 compiled from source (configured only
>> > with --libdir=/usr/local/lib64 and no other options, and built with
>> > GCC 4.8.3).
>> Specifying --with-kwallet is required when building from source.
> OK, I'd overlooked that. What -devel package provides the necessary
> headers? kdebase4-runtime provides kwalletd, but kdebase4-runtime-devel
> doesn't provide kwallet.h. There is a separate kwallet-devel package which
> depends on libkwalletbackend5-5, neither of which I have installed and
> which in any case don't seem to be necessary for KWallet to work.
Yeah, I'm not looking forward to backporting Subersion 1.9 to RHEL 6.
>> see devel:tools:scm:svn:1.9 / subversion in the obs if you are out for
>> testing 1.9.0-beta1. Also you will need libsvn_auth_kwallet-1-0
>> installed then.
> OK, I installed the packages from this repository and now everything works
> as expected. Subversion no longer warns me about storing unencrypted
> passwords; instead it seems to be storing the password in kwallet.
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