[ANNOUNCEMENT] New Cervisia maintainer

Simon Hausmann hausmann at kde.org
Sat Jun 14 15:14:27 BST 2003

On Sat, Jun 14, 2003 at 05:03:22PM +0300, Andras Mantia wrote:
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> On Saturday 14 June 2003 16:19, Christian Loose wrote:
> > Am Samstag, 14. Juni 2003 18:10 schrieb Hetz Ben Hamo:
> [...]
> > I guess, you mean natively support :ext:, e.g. to access sourceforge.net,
> > right (BR #39155)?
> >
> > I have this on my TODO list, but it's not on top of the list, since their
> > are workarounds for this problem, like a ssh-askpass script (see
> > cervisia-ssh-askpass in KDE HEAD for an example) or to run Cervisia in
> > Konsole. This might change when the bug gets even more votes. :-)
> I've tried not so long ago to access SF with Cervisia, and I was surprised to 
> get a dialog for entering the password. It was an ugly non-KDE dialog, and as 
> I remember (I don't have access to that PC now), it was brought up by 
> OpenSSH. Altough it's quite annoying to enter the password on every CVS 
> access, at least you could do it in a GUI. A native support to access SF 
> would be nice. The BR will have my vote now. ;-)

... which is one of the reasons why ssh-agent has been introduced :)
No more annoying password prompts while still being able to use
passphrase protected ssh keys for authentication.


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