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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11894] - cvspass sets password in windows format, cvs client sends it in unix format
Date Fri, 23 Aug 2002 16:32:03 GMT
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cvspass sets password in windows format, cvs client sends it in unix format





------- Additional Comments From opensource@saynomoo.com  2002-08-23 16:32 -------
I'm also using cygwin cvs (v. 1.11.0-1).
OS: Windows 2000 sp2
Apache Ant version 1.5 compiled on July 9 2002
Java 1.4.0_01

The CVSPass saves the line with 0D0A. 

All other lines in the auth request that is sent to the server end with 0A (, 
which I believe is the correct line ending when the client and server 
communicates), but the line that contains passwd ends with 0D0A. If the 0D is 
removed from the file, password is sent correctly and authorization is 
succesfull. 

I don't know what is the correct syntax of the cvspass file, but if the cvs 
login command is run directly in cygwin, there will be only 0A in the end of 
the line. Maybe the login command should just be delegated to the cvs 
executable?

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