I have a private repository at GitHub, which I need to access using SVN from many different computers.
Until recently, I could just do
svn co https://github.com/username/reponame.git --username <githubuser>, and it would ask me for my password. I could do this on any computer out there, and it would just work.
Now that GitHub enforces the use of their new token system instead of good old passwords, I can still run the above command, and use a token as the password. However, as far as I can tell, I need to create a separate token for every single computer. I may also have to recreate the tokens after they expire. This seems like a major regression, but maybe I just do not to understand how to work efficiently with the GitHub token system.
Therefore, my question is: how can I use the GitHub in the same way as before, i.e., without having to create, recreate and manage tokens for the many computers I am working with? Basically, all I want is one token/password/whatever that works across all my machines.