How to make Xcode remember my private git repositories password?

I am running a private git repository on my virtual private server and have my Xcode project linked to it via ssh:

How can i make Xcode remember my password?
I tried entering the password in the Xcode settings/accounts/repository and in the ssh url itself.
Every time I open Xcode it asked me for the password.

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    This is the solution, Thanks to Zaph

    Run these two lines in terminal:

    ssh-keygen -t rsa
    cat ~/.ssh/*.pub | ssh -p 22 'umask 077; cat >>.ssh/authorized_keys'

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    Setup SSH keys without a password on your development Mac in “~/.ssh”. Add the public key to your server “~/.ssh/authorized_keys”.

    Initially login with ssh and insure your Mac is added to the server known hosts: “~/.ssh/Known_hosts”.

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