In the latest I-build (I20080415) CVS
integration started to use secure storage. With this change CVS passwords
could be stored in an encrypted form.
If you allowed CVS to save passwords,
you'll need to re-enter them so that they can be added to the secure storage.
We hope that this won't be a problem as most people would have only one
or two passwords to enter. If you know of a use case where data migration
would be necessary please let me know.
The secure storage uses "-eclipse.keyring
<file_path>" option in place of the "-keyring" and
"-eclipse.password <password_file>" option in place of
the "-password" option.
The "-keyring" and "-password"
runtime options are not deprecated at this time as other bundles might
use authorization database. The authorization database itself is deprecated
but will remain in the SDK.