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Old 11-11-2008, 09:38 AM   #1
rose_bud4201
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Angry disable SecureStorage


When I configured Eclipse's CVS functions, I made the mistake of enabling something called "Secure Storage".

Now, whenever I want to update my local CVS branches I don't have to put in the CVS password, but I do have to enter the Secure Storage password! This is not more efficient. >_>

Does anyone know how to disable this? I want Eclipse to remember my cvs password, and to not ask me for anything, ever. This Secure Storage is driving me nuts.

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