So, in your case, I would check to see that I'm on Mac OS X, and if
so set those two properties. You could also check for that
property first, because we do support file-based keystores, but
don't use them by default. But, I wouldn't rely solely on that
property being set.
I should of remembered the sometimes use of the keychain from a
earlier list thread. I can see where there could be advantages in
using the usual platform provided applications/utilities/whatever to
manipulate your files if you choose to use them. But what is the
advantage of having these the default over the more cross-platform
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