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Then, I enter my GNOME keyring password, my googlecode username, and my googlecode password. This works just fine, and I only have to enter my GNOME keyring password the first time I use svn commit after I've turned on the computer, then I am not prompted to enter that password anymore.
The question I need answered is then: How do I write an svn command in a script such that it enters my gnome keyring password when required? I can and have tried: