On 2011-02-28 11:34:07 +0000, Anas Nashif wrote:
Actually, osc should not touch or change anything in
the home directory, if the permissions of oscrc are not right, then it should just refuse
to run and ask the user to change the permissions of .oscrc.
Hmm yes we could
implement this easily.
Another thing I noticed is that it manipulates the
user credentials, removes password entries and such without asking the user, which is
really a bad behaviour IMO, such changes should be confirmed or done by the user.
This shouldn't be the case with osc from git master anymore.
What is wrong with having a system level oscrc file?
For example in /etc/oscrc? This is not less secure, since the the permissions of the file
/etc can be set to prevent other's from reading it.
There's no need for a "system level" oscrc, just tell osc which
configfile it should use: "osc --config /path/to/file" or set
the "OSC_CONFIG" environment variable.
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