2009/3/24 Matthieu Labbe <tigris.org_at_mattlabbe.com>:
> I think I found a bug in TortoiseSVN: My svn+ssh configuration is ignored.
> This is the '[tunnels]' section of my config file:
> ssh = c:/cygwin/bin/ssh.exe -p 6022
> foo = c:/cygwin/bin/ssh.exe -p 6022
> svn+ssh does not work: produces a timeout.
> svn+foo works as expected.
> I just updated to "TortoiseSVN 1.6.0, Build 15855 - 32 Bit" and the
> bug is still present.
> I have not seen anything recent related to 'ssh' in
> issue tracker and the mailling lists, so I did not test the nightly build.
> More on the issue:
> * The error message is a pop-up: PuTTY Fatal Error - Network error:
> Connection timed out
> * I did most my testing with right-click -> TortoiseSVN -> Repo-browser
> * After the time out, the Repo-browser tries again and refuses to
> close. (I'll stop here or I'll break the "Only report one problem in
> each bug report" rule...)
> * Renaming TortoisePlink.exe changes the error message to "Can't
> create tunnel: Le fichier spécifié est introuvable." (Original message
> must be something like: "File not found" or "No such file").
> * Setting the environment variable "SVN_SSH" does not help.
> * Installing & configuring Putty helps... It allows me to access with
> - It does connect (no time out), displays "Please wait while the
> repository browser is initializing...", then "Please wait..." but
> displays "Network connection closed unexpectedly" when I try to browse
> the repository.
> - Removing the 'ssh = ...' line from the config file makes it work!
> So I guess it's not completely ignored...
> - The environment variable "SVN_SSH" is still ignored.
> Thanks to the TortoiseSVN team!
> I hope that helps,
Saying thanks always helps ;-)
> Matt Labbé.
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Received on 2009-03-24 14:50:35 CET