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Re: svn+ssh on windows problems

From: D.J. Heap <dj_at_shadyvale.net>
Date: 2003-07-30 15:46:54 CEST

Hmm, I've never used Windows as an SSH server before -- it might also
have trouble with stdin/out redirection too, unless ssh handles
that...maybe you could try making the ssh invoked command 'cmd.exe /C
script.cmd' or something?

Are there any Windows+ssh gurus out there that have made this work with
Windows as the server?


Ivan Kolev wrote:
>> svnserve is a script on the server that invokes the real svnserve
>> however you want it to -- I do that myself. I believe many people do
>> that to make sure permissions and umasks are setup correctly for
>> multiple users, also.
> Good idea. However, I just tried to make a svnserve.bat file which calls
> svnserve-exe.exe, and it didn't work. More precisely, 'ssh localhost
> svnserve' returns 'svnserve: not found' (logging with ssh and then
> running svnserve does work, so it's not a PATH issue). The same happened
> when I tried to use TortoisePlink. Which means that the OpenSSH server
> cannot run bat/cmd files, when specified as parameters to the ssh client.

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