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Re: svn+ssh on windows problems

From: D.J. Heap <dj_at_shadyvale.net>
Date: 2003-07-30 04:05:32 CEST

Ivan Kolev wrote:


> - Now comes the tricky part, which I wasn't able to solve. Even if 'ssh
> localhost svnserve -t' works, 'svn list svn+ssh://localhost' may not
> work. This is probably due to weird usage of the PATH variable by ssh,
> but I'm not sure about that. When I had ssh print debug info, I saw that
> it printed an error message like 'E:\Program' not found. So I decided
> the space in 'E:\Program Files' was the problem, and re-installed both
> Subversion and OpenSSH in the root of the E: drive, into folders without
> spaces.
> - The last point is that since you can't specify drives in svn+ssh
> URL's, you should make sure that the OpenSSH /home folder and the SvN
> repository are on the same drive. In my case, OpenSSH was in E:\OpenSSH,
> and the SvN repository - in E:\SvNroot\MAX. This way I was able to
> connect to my repository as svn+ssh://localhost/SvNroot/MAX

The -r option to svnserve may help with these two items -- it sets the
'root' directory that svnserve will use, so url's become relative to
that root.


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