Unable to use svn credential caching in ~/.subversion/auth

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Takashi Yonebayashi

Jul 27, 2010, 9:51:28 PM7/27/10
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Is this feature supposed to be available? I think SVNKit supports it
if the DefaultSVNAuthenticationManager is used, but it looks like
that's not an option in ivysvn. I would like to continue to use the
cached credentials over WebDAV rather than svn+ssh or having to put
passwords in plaintext in the buildfiles.

Woodhead, Adrian

Jul 29, 2010, 4:37:23 AM7/29/10
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Hey Takashi,

IvySvn uses BasicAuthenticationManager which it passes an array of SVNAuthentication implementations such as SSH, SSL, Password etc. If you have a look at this class:


specifically the createRepository() method. I have never used cached credentials with SVNKit so I'm not sure how that would work. If you know how and could submit a patch for IvySvn I will look into adding it.


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