Capistrano: Providing Options for SVN

Hello!

Is there a way to provide options to the SVN call, for example the
“–no-auth-cache” option when checking out?

Thanks,

Gabriel

Yes, but not easily.

We wrote a wrapper that uses Capistrano’s CLI interface (and the
straight libraries) and so we overrode many of the svn tasks.

For instance, here’s one you’ll have to change:

module Capistrano
module SCM

class Subversion < Base

 private
   def svn_log(path)
     `svn log -q --limit 1 #{path} --username #{svn_username}

–password #{svn_password} --no-auth-cache`
end
end
end
end

p.s. this adds needed username and password, now that you’re not
auth-caching –

hmmm, I should just submit a patch that lets you specify options to
svn, shouldn’t I?

Just curious, why do you need this?

cheers, hope that helps,


Charles Brian Q.
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Charles Brian Q.
self-promotion: www.seebq.com
highgroove studios: www.highgroove.com
slingshot hosting: www.slingshothosting.com

Hello,

I have two models, the Person and the Role/s (of this Person) with a
m:n relation.
The Role model uses STI (CustomerRole, EmployeeRole > ManagerRole)
with different sub-model methods. But instead of having these methods
in the Roles I’d like to have these methods automatically added to
the Person instance as singleton methods.

Does anybody know howto do this?

Regards
Florian

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