Has anyone explored the new Python bindings for Perforce?
They seem to have functions for logging in to the server with a
specific user name and password from Python. Could we use this and
have the user's provide the Perforce user/pass as part of their client
On Sep 19, 4:43 pm, "Jeff Andros" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> it's not a pretty solution, but what about setting up multiple reviewboard
> instances, with different user credentials in each (one for each project
> you've got) then you only create accounts on the servers that theyr'e
> supposed to have access to.
> Help me and the Leukemia and Lymphoma society fight blood
> On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 4:30 PM, Daniel Wexler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I see an older discussion about the issue of Perforce security and the
> > need to put the P4 user and client information into the server:
> > Any update on this situation?
> > My company is similarly concerned about this security issue and would
> > like a way of passing through the user's perforce credentials. Is
> > anyone actively working on this issue?
> > We have a large company and have many internal security groups. There
> > have been issues in the past with "server" accounts that make the IT
> > department hesitant to set up a special Perforce account for the
> > server.
> > Can someone explain why the server needs Perforce access in the first
> > place? Why not just upload the required information as part of the
> > user-side post-review script?
> > BTW, I did install Windows NTLM authentication on my server using
> > mod_auth_sspi with no issues so far, which provides a modicum of
> > security.
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