1/2˘... When there's a proxy involved, I often miss a feature in the http(s) client to do DNS resolution before calling the proxy.
Considering that SVN clients use http(s) to communicate, that could be one case.
Then again, if that's the job of the SVN client or the underlying library, it's a different discussion.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Javier Kohen [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, January 05, 2007 9:41 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: AW: [Subclipse-users] Host name resolving problem
> El vie, 05-01-2007 a las 15:36 +0100, Lars Eulberg escribió:
> > Oh, sorry, you are right.
> > But by the way, could this be an issue to subclipse, too? I
> didn't test, but I use subclispse, too.
> I'm far from a Subversion expert, so I'm afraid I can't
> answer your original question. However, you mentioned it
> affected the command-line client as well, so I doubt it's
> within Subclipse's power to work it around.
Received on Fri Jan 5 15:47:56 2007
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