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Re: Windows svn+ssh freezes

From: D.J. Heap <dj_at_shadyvale.net>
Date: 2003-06-15 16:07:52 CEST

I've seen that when the child process (plink.exe) fails to start -- it
probably can't find the exe in your path or a dll it depends on isn't in
the path or something. I'm not positive but I think ghudson put in some
more error checking around there recently.


Snow wrote:
> Hi,
> I am trying to get the svn client to talk to the server via SSH. But it just
> freezes when I use the svn+ssh protocol.
> svn checkout svn+ssh://example.com/repos
> I can't type anything in. Pressing enter doesn't do anything and I have to
> press ctrl-C twice to exit it.
> Zonealarm doesn't set-off so there is no attempt to access the network. I am
> using the plink.exe program from putty for SSH. But I can change the line to
> nonsense in Subversion/config and it behaves exactly the same so I don't
> think svn is trying to run it.
> If I use svn://example.com/repos then it works
> I'm using Subversion 0.23.0 from the binary zip on Windows XP SP1.
> I tried 0.22.2, but that said bad URL so I assume svn+ssh is a recent
> addition.

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