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Re: Authentication credentials in Subcommander 2.0.0

Author hauner
Full name Martin Hauner
Date 2011-08-09 11:59:26 PDT
Message Hi Guiseppe,

On 04.08.11 06:36, Giuseppe Scelsi wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I just installed Subcommander unser Ubuntu 11.4 (r2421) and was
> wandering how and where does SC store authentication credentials? Why
> not to use the same authentication files that the Subversion client
> normally uses? The advantage under Ubuntu would be that they are
> already encrypted and managed by the Gnome Keyring.

Actually subcommander does not do anything on its own. It is just calling the
subversion api. So the credentials should be stored in the ~/.svn


> The application also crashed shortly after I set up my first project.
> Attached is the crash report.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Giuseppe

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Subcommander 2.0.0 Beta 5 - http://subcommander.tigris.org
a Win32/Unix/MacOSX subversion GUI client & diff/merge tool.

Authentication credentials in Subcommander 2.0.0

Author Giuseppe Scelsi <giuseppe dot scelsi at analog dot com>
Full name Giuseppe Scelsi <giuseppe dot scelsi at analog dot com>
Date 2011-08-03 21:36:34 PDT
Message Hi,

I just installed Subcommander unser Ubuntu 11.4 (r2421) and was
wandering how and where does SC store authentication credentials? Why
not to use the same authentication files that the Subversion client
normally uses? The advantage under Ubuntu would be that they are
already encrypted and managed by the Gnome Keyring.

The application also crashed shortly after I set up my first project.
Attached is the crash report.

Best regards,

Giuseppe

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Senior Design Engineer, Analog Devices Australia Pty Ltd
Unit 3, 97 Lewis Road, Wantirna, Victoria, 3152, AUSTRALIA
Direct: +61 3 9881 9909 Main: +61 3 9881 9999
Fax: +61 3 9881 9988 Web: www.analog.com/au

Embedded DSP software for multimedia & telecommunications.
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