OK, it's been a couple years since I attempted to commit anything to
clang. I have a change that is approved in phabricator. When I
attempt to SVN commit with my username/password hash, I get an
To clarify, when you say "username/password hash", do you mean you're using the crypt password hash (the one you emailed to Chris when requesting commit access)? If so, you need to be using the actual password instead.
On Sat, Jan 5, 2019 at 8:36 PM Richard via cfe-dev
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> OK, it's been a couple years since I attempted to commit anything to
> clang. I have a change that is approved in phabricator. When I
> attempt to SVN commit with my username/password hash, I get an
> authentication error.
> What's the process now?
Just to double-check: when you checked out the SVN repo, did you pull
it from http:// or https://? You need to commit through the repo via
the https:// address as the http:// one is read-only.
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> Did the commiters get deactivated due to the licencing issues already?
I'm not sure about the password reset process. My guess would be that you send your username and a new password hash to Chris and ask him to reset your password, but perhaps emailing
[hidden email] first to confirm what the password reset process is would be a good idea. (And once you've found out, it would be awesome to follow up here so that we can add it to the documentation.)
Richard <[hidden email]> Organization: multi-cellular, biological Date: Monday, January 7, 2019 at 4:36 PM To: Shoaib Meenai <[hidden email]> Subject: Re: [cfe-dev] how to commit?