>>I hacked svnclientadapter in the subclipse-3 branch to accept the https url
>>scheme, and voila, https is supported. keep in mind, --with-ssl is required
>>when building svn itself.
>Taht is nice, but 2.2.1 is still the production version of Eclipse (some
>other plugins require version 2). As I still cannot compile
>subclipse(small step-by-step instructions, please), could you provide a
>subclipse with ssl support for eclipse 2?
I modified svnclientAdapter in trunk too (for eclipse 2.1). I did not
test it against an https server yet however.
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