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Re: svn+ssh:// on Windows

From: geoff <ot0006_at_0x29a.org.uk>
Date: 2003-10-12 17:46:00 CEST

On Wed, 24 Sep 2003 03:51:45 +0200, Branko ?ibej <brane@xbc.nu> wrote:

>I know a few people have tried using tunnelled 'svnserve' on Windows,
>but it didn't work because of the SetConsole(Output)CP calls in the
>code. These are now gone in HEAD and on the 0.30.0 branch; could
>somebody please try svn+ssh:// again? Thanks.
> Brane

Hi, Brane


C:\putty>plink --help
PuTTY Link: command-line connection utility
Release 0.53b

C:\putty>svn --version
svn, version 0.30.0 (r7178)
   compiled Sep 24 2003, 20:10:05

Server is 0.30.0 on a Linux box

SSH is set up to use certs and Pageant

I commence by

C:\putty>plink -v -L 2323:<server>:22 -load <profile> <server>

to set up the tunnel


set SVN_SSH=plink -P 2323 -batch -l gigo localhost

This gets me:

C:\putty>svn list svn+ssh://localhost/home/svn/rexxity
svn: Network connection closed unexpectedly
svn: Connection closed unexpectedly

I've read every message on this list with ssh in its title, so may I
just point out the following now:


no (or invisible) rc spew

C:\putty>plink -P 2323 -batch -l gigo localhost /bin/true



svnserve in the PATH

C:\putty>plink -P 2323 -batch -l gigo localhost svnserve
( success ( 1 1 ( ANONYMOUS ) ( ) ) )

(terminated with CTRL-C)


Replacing svnserve with a script that writes a log message to gigo's
home directory. I can write the message by running plink.exe from the
command line, but svn client doesn't seem to get as far as running the



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