|Problem with SVN auth from headless buckminster [message #513921]
||Thu, 11 February 2010 11:34
| Chicherin Andrey
Registered: February 2010
I`m trying to set up the buckminster to work with a svn repository which
requires an authentication.
At my rmap i`ve tried to use the scheme like this:
but it didn`t work.
I`m using Subclipse headless adapter
After some debugging, I see that m_clientAdapter (in
org.eclipse.buckminster.subclipse.internal.SvnSession) isn`t initialized
by username and password from initial svn repo url.
Is it a bug?
or where am I wrong?
Thanks in advance.
|Re: Problem with SVN auth from headless buckminster [message #533250 is a reply to message #533238]
||Wed, 12 May 2010 13:06
| Thomas Hallgren
Registered: July 2009
https works, but you might need to use it from a browser or wget first to accept a certificate exception.|
On 05/12/2010 06:25 PM, Henrik Lindberg wrote:
> afaik, it should work (deferring to Thomas here...)
> - the advice is simply to use svn+ssh if possible as it is more secure
> and does not require advanced property gymnastics trying to hide
> user/password in clear text in properties files.
> - henrik
> On 5/12/10 6:03 PM, Sam Jones wrote:
>> For mine, our team is currently just using anonymous/anonymous, so
>> security isn't a huge problem. I will see if I can get SSH access set up
>> any time soon (we're not in charge of the repo), but basic https access
>> would be much simpler. Is it known and accepted that https doesn't work
>> in a headless environment?
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