Well boys and girl's I got it working!!!
I actually dont know really why, but here is what I did:
- go into explorer, right click TortoiseSVN->Setting
- on the main tab click on the Edit button
- uncomment [tunnels]
- write ssh = C:\\Programme\\TortoiseSVN\\bin\\TortoisePlink.exe
- now it works in Eclipse with subclipse
So thanks everybody for your help.
Mark Phippard schrieb:
> Chris Beck <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 12/08/2004 12:52:39 PM:
>>It is whispered that Philipp Schneider was heard, on or about 12/08/04
> 12:32 to say:
>>>thanks for your help. I found the article.
>>>But I think I dont get it.
>>>My server (berlios.de) has not keys for svn, or I dont know how to get
>>>them. I have a username and a password.
>>Normally with SSH, the first time you connect to a server it saves that
>>servers public key so the next time you connect to it, you can see if
> you are
>>talking to the same server. So if subclipse tries to connect to the
>>and can't find/save the server key it chokes.
> There is a similar issue when using the https:// access method. To
> resolve it for that, you just use the svn command line and run a command
> like svn ls against the server. The command line will then ask you to
> accept the server certificate. If you accept it permanent, then it is
> cached locally and Subclipse can then work. Perhaps you can do something
> similar for ssh? Try to use the svn command line and access the
> repository. See if it prompts you to accept some credentials from the
> server, and if it does, just accept them permanent.
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Received on Thu Dec 9 05:26:53 2004