[TxMt] Subversion commit gets stuck when password is required

Peter Haza peter.haza at gmail.com
Sun May 11 14:19:46 UTC 2008

I think you can cancel processes with ⌘C or ⌘., but anyway, this is  
a well known problem and there's been a lot
work done by Luke Daley a.k.a. alkemist on IRC to enable TM to  
actually request password if necessary.

I think it will be shipped shortly (I think it's being tested with  
bleeding _bleeding_ edge (tm))


On 11. mai. 2008, at 15.29, Jeroen van der Ham wrote:

> Hi,
> When you use the subversion commit command in TM to commit something  
> into a repository where there is no authentication cached, the  
> command will wait indefinitely. And there is no way to stop it  
> (other than quitting TM).
> Jeroen.
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