"Jörg Spilker" <Joerg.Spilker@boom.de> wrote on 06/08/2005 09:34:50 AM:
> after spending lots of hours with try and error and reading lots of
> in this mailinglist, i think i´ve the right to write my questions here.
> installed Subclipse and then JavaSVN via the Eclipse update mechanism.
> i´m not sure if i´m really using the JavaSVN interface. The SVN settings
> only contain the Commandline and JavaHL settings. When using JavaHL and
> create a repository location (like svn+ssh://some.host/test the
> happened when trying the checkout. A shell was opened and
> c:\cygwin\bin\ssh.exe was started but it seems that my username/password
> setting wasn´t recognized. Then i tried svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/test.
> worked but i´ve to type in my password several times to complete some
> operations. But am i really using JavaHL or JavaSVN now? From the
> documenation, it seems to me that JavaSVN is a completly platfrom
> solution with no need for external ssh binaries. So it seems to me that
> with JavaSVN installed, i´m really using JavaHL. How can i switch to
> JavaSVN. I don´t won´t to put in my password several time for even a
JavaSVN works by masquerading as JavaHL so that apps written for JavaHL,
like Subclipse, can use it. If you have installed JavaSVN, then that is
what you are using. Note that JavaSVN does not currently support
Subversion 1.2, and therefore does not work with the latest version of
Subclipse, 0.9.31. You have to install Subclipse 0.9.30 to use JavaSVN.
I believe that JavaSVN has docs for setting up SSH support on their web
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Received on Wed Jun 8 23:41:33 2005