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From "Matthew Beermann (JIRA)" <j...@codehaus.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (CONTINUUM-481) Continuum ignores .cvspass
Date Fri, 02 Dec 2005 16:08:06 GMT
    [ http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/CONTINUUM-481?page=comments#action_52658 ] 

Matthew Beermann commented on CONTINUUM-481:
--------------------------------------------

Sure...

Q: I'm running on Windows, and Continuum can't log in to my CVS repository! What's going on?

A: You're probably running the CVSNT client, or another application based on it, like TortoiseCVS.
CVSNT stores passwords in the registry, rather than the ~/.cvspass file. You'll need to issue
the following command manually (but only once), with the appropriate information filled in:


cvs -d :pserver:account@cvsserver:2401:/rootfolder login

Also, note that the login will only be saved for the particular user who typed it. If you're
running Continuum as a service, double-check the user it is running as, and make sure that
you run cvs login as that user.

> Continuum ignores .cvspass
> --------------------------
>
>          Key: CONTINUUM-481
>          URL: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/CONTINUUM-481
>      Project: Continuum
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: Core system
>     Versions: 1.0.1
>  Environment: TortoiseCVS 1.8.22
> Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP1
>     Reporter: Matthew Beermann
>     Priority: Critical
>      Fix For: 1.0.2

>
>
> Continuum seems to ignore the .cvspass file while building my projects, resulting in
the error: "Empty password used - try 'cvs login' with a real password". Note that our CVS
repository does not have anonymous access, nor does it use the "anonymous" account.
> I see these two lines in the log, which look suspicious:
> 31321 [Thread-1] DEBUG org.apache.maven.scm.manager.ScmManager  - passFile: C:\Documents
and Settings\Default User\.cvspass
> 31321 [Thread-1] DEBUG org.apache.maven.scm.manager.ScmManager  - cvsroot [CENSORED]
already exists in C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\.cvspass. SKIPPED.
> ...what the heck? I don't want it to skip that password, I want it to USE that password!
This behavior seems completely wrong to me. Note that running a "cvs checkout" command from
the command line works just fine.

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