2008/7/3 Paul Chlebek <pc_at_chlebek.eu>:
> The entries in the servers file are correct,
> they even work fine with subclipse,
> but not with the tortoise client, which reads the same servers
> http-proxy-host = proxy.XXX
> http-proxy-port = 8080
> http-proxy-username = XXX0842
> http-proxy-password = XXXln08
> What else can i do to resolve the problem.
> The funny thing is, that subclipse works during
> the tortoise client does not. I tested it with an
> older tortoise client - version 1.2.6 made it through
> the proxy, later versions starting with e.g. 1.3.5 do not.
> Thanks for further help.
> On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 09:41, <Paul.Chlebek_at_partner.bmw.de> wrote:
>> I worked happily with Subversion/Tortoise/Subclipse - today I got this
>> unexpected error message:
>> Error: OPTIONS of 'https://XXX.XX/svn/XXX/work/trunk': Could not create
>> Error: connection through proxy server: Could not authenticate to proxy
>> server: could
>> Error: not parse challenge (https://XXXX.XX) - (exchanged private data
>> After that I updated to Subversion 1.5.0 but still get the message. I
>> downgraded to
>> Subversion 1.3.5 and still got the message. Then I downgraded to 1.2.6 and
>> everything seems to be fine - except that my existing working copy can't
>> anymode (client to old) ...
>> Maybe the system administrators changed something on the proxy
>> or whatever, but my web-browser has no problem in showing the repository
>> The Repository behind the firewall of my customer is on my server, so I
>> say, that
>> nothing changed on the server side.
>> My Subclipse also denied work, but after switching from [ ] JavaHL to
>> [x]SVNKit (Pure Java)
>> everything worked fine again in Eclipse. But I still get errors on the
>> command line and
>> in TortoiseSVN.
>> OS: Windows XP
>> SVN: 1.5.0 (Binary Installer from Collab)
>> TortoiseSVN: 1.5.0 (from tigris.org)
>> SVN-Server through Apache: "Powered by Subversion version 1.4.0 (r21228)"
>> I searched for that error-message and only found this:
>> What I have to do, to get my beloved Subversion back to work?
> I think you need to be in the servers config file in
> %APPDATA%\Subversion. See
Did you have a look at the "Network" page of Tortoise options dialog?
The proxy password is specified there.
Btw, the %APPDATA%\Subversion is not the only location for
the configuration files.
It is indeed the most important one, but there are 3 other places
where configuration data might be located, - read
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Received on 2008-07-04 10:47:36 CEST