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auth cache vs. non-interactive

Author Christian Lynbech <christian at defun dot dk>
Full name Christian Lynbech <christian at defun dot dk>
Date 2009-02-11 10:00:30 PST
Message Apparently, when one uses the --non-interactive option, the auth cache
is ignored or otherwise ceases to do its job.

If I in a shell execute the command

    svn update

it works as it should. If I instead executes the command (in the same sandbox):

    svn update --non-interactive

I get the error:

    svn: OPTIONS of 'http://<url removed>': authorization failed (http://<url removed>)

The repository is accessed via http through an apache server.

Using --non-interactive is of course not my own idea but something the
psvn emacs interface for subversion is doing.

Is this is the intended behaviour and can I somehow get the
authentication cache to work with the --non-interactive option?


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auth cache vs. non-interactive Christian Lynbech <christian at defun dot dk> Christian Lynbech <christian at defun dot dk> 2009-02-11 10:00:30 PST
     RE: auth cache vs. non-interactive rhuijben Bert Huijben 2009-02-11 14:38:40 PST
         Re: auth cache vs. non-interactive Christian Lynbech <christian at defun dot dk> Christian Lynbech <christian at defun dot dk> 2009-02-12 08:13:47 PST
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