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Re: Weird behavior of `svn --non-interactive`

From: Alexey Neyman <stilor_at_att.net>
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2019 20:42:40 -0800

On 2/26/19 12:07 AM, Stefan Sperling wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 25, 2019 at 05:41:13PM -0800, Alexey Neyman wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am encountering some weird behavior after upgrading my workstation to
>> Ubuntu 18.10 - which also upgraded the SVN to version 1.10.0 (r1827917).
>> An attempt to query anything from the server using the `--non-interactive`
>> flag fails, unless there has been a recent "interactive session" with this
>> server.
>> aneyman_at_yehat:~/work/lsk-ranges$ svn --non-interactive pl ^/
>> svn: E170013: Unable to connect to a repository at URL
>> 'svn://svn.lynx.com/lynxsecure'
>> svn: E170001: Can't get username or password
>> aneyman_at_yehat:~/work/lsk-ranges$ svn pl ^/
>> Properties on 'svn://svn.lynx.com/lynxsecure':
>>   reviewboard:url
>> aneyman_at_yehat:~/work/lsk-ranges$ svn --non-interactive pl ^/
>> Properties on 'svn://svn.lynx.com/lynxsecure':
>>   reviewboard:url
>> This happens during various actions by `rbt` (RBTools) which runs svn with
>> --non-interactive flag.
>> Note that the "interactive" run of svn does not even query the password - it
>> happily uses the stored password and proceeds. Why isn't the non-interactive
>> invocation doing the same?
>> I also tried the development version of Subversion a couple of weeks ago; it
>> has the same behavior.
>> Regards,
>> Alexey.
> I agree this looks like a bug.
> To find the bug we'll likely need to know which password store is
> actually being used by your installation of Subversion.
> plaintext? gpg-agent? gnome-keyring? kwallet?
SVN configuration doesn't have the password store option specified, so I
assume it is using the default - according to the comment in the
.subversion/config, it is "gpg-agent,gnome-keyring,kwallet". I have
kwallet installed and configured with empty master password. I also have
gpg-agent and gnome-keyring installed, but I don't think I ever used
either of them on that machine. How can I check which store was SVN
actually trying to use at the time it happens?

Received on 2019-02-27 05:43:03 CET

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