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|189||Source Integration||WebSVN||public||2011-01-18 01:09||2011-01-18 01:09|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
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|Summary||189: Calls to SVN should not cache authentication information|
When calling SVN with a login and password, the SourceSVN plugin does not indicate that those information should not be stored.
As a result, when, on the same computer, someone later on uses the SVN command himself, the saved auth information is used instead which can be quite disturbing.
In my case, for instance, SourceSVN uses a read only user, while, I want to use my RW user later on.
As a workaround, I can specify --no-auth-cache in the configuration, but it would be much much easier if --no-auth-cache was systematically added to the command line.
The attached patch does this.
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|2011-01-18 01:09||obones||New Issue|
|2011-01-18 01:09||obones||File Added: no-auth-cache.patch|
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