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Bug 745779 - Give a more meaningful name to svn passwords, please
Give a more meaningful name to svn passwords, please
Product: seahorse
Classification: Applications
Component: general
Other Linux
: Normal enhancement
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Assigned To: Seahorse Maintainer
Seahorse Maintainer
Depends on:
Reported: 2015-03-07 09:33 UTC by Giuseppe Castagna
Modified: 2018-08-03 19:46 UTC
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Description Giuseppe Castagna 2015-03-07 09:33:54 UTC
I have many svn external repositories whose passwords are saved by seahorse in the "login" entry. Unfortunately, contrary to the entries for ftp, https, caldav, etc, the only thing that seahorse shows as a name is "network password" (while for instance for ftp it shows the pair name@xxx.yy.zz ftp://name@ ....). This means that when I need to look for a password for an external repository (and this happens for instance when I change computer) I have to open *all* the entries named "network password" (as I told, I have a lot of them), go into "Details" check whether it is the right repository and then look at the password. Would it be possible to have for subversion repositories the same naming scheme as for the other protocols?
Comment 1 GNOME Infrastructure Team 2018-08-03 19:46:39 UTC
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