--- Comment #4 from Christoph Roick <chris...@gmx.de> ---
You are right, when run from a terminal, the password seems to be always
requested there inside (which is not specific for svn).
I was referring to having SSH_ASKPASS=ksshaskpass set for the environment, when
starting the usual way.
The point is, that the SVN library never gives a response to KDevelop
requesting a password, since it directly calls ssh. And ssh prompts for the
password in the terminal if there is one or uses SSH_ASKPASS otherwise.
I don't see how this could easily be fixed. Maybe consider setting the
environment variable as a workaround.
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