Le 15 oct. 2013 à 01:35, Eric Wong <normalper...@yhbt.net> a écrit :
> Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 06:40:05PM +0000, Eric Wong wrote:
>>>> arnaud.brej...@gmail.com wrote:
>>>>> Signed-off-by: Arnaud Brejeon <arnaud.brejeon <at> gmail.com>
>>>> Can you say a little more about the context? Do you run a script that
>>>> wants to pass a password to 'git svn', do you type it each time on the
>>>> command line, or something else? Is it ok that the password would
>>>> show up in "ps" output? Would the platform's keyring or netrc be
>>>> usable here, or is there something in the context that avoids that?
>>> I think using keyring or netrc is more appropriate. Having a password
>>> on the command-line and visible to all via ps doesn't seem like
>>> something git should support.
>> Agreed. We have ready-made git-credential helpers to handle this exact
>> problem. We would need to convert SVN::Prompt to use git-credential
>> rather than prompting itself, though. One of the things that held me
>> back from writing such a patch is that I thought libsvn already handled
>> things like keychain integration, and it was better for git-svn to be
>> more svn-like than git-like in its access of SVN repos.
>> Are those already supported out of the box by libsvn? If git's
>> credential helpers are significantly more featureful, it might be worth
>> converting, but if not, I think it makes sense to stay with svn's
>> existing code.
> I looks like this patch was forgotten once again:
> Matthijs: can you add a Signed-off-by for your patch? I'm inclined to
> push it to Junio as-is since it looks reasonable.
> I admit I don't know SVN callbacks anymore well enough and don't have
> time to test with GNOME.
I wanted to provide some contexts, I should have done before.
I want to use git svn in some scripts that are launched un-attended. As my SVN
server requires a password, I need to provide it but it can not be at user
This is why I wanted to add the password parameter that is available in svn CLI.
I understand the concern regarding the fact that the password can be retrieved
You are right, it would be better to be able to use git-credential or libsvn
solution for this purpose.
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