> None of this is in the control of Subclipse. The information you
> to Subclipse is just passed along to JavaHL which is in charge of the
> rest. In theory, it should work the same as the CLI since they use
> same code. In this case, I doubt that JavaHL takes your username and
> password and rewrites the URL for you.
> I thought most people that use ssh use a key-agent like pageant to
> their passwords and certificates for them. Perhaps that is why it
> not come up?
That's correct, I usually use public-key authentication to connect
over ssh, and I can certainly do that, but I don't understand why the
password is not being passed along to TortoisePlink. Also, I don't
quite understand your reponse, do you think that I need to include
the username in the connection url rather than specifying in the
'username' box. I guess my assumption would be that subclipse or
JavaHL would take my username and embed it into the connection url,
but maybe this is not the case. Thanks for the quick response.
Received on Fri Aug 26 02:14:14 2005
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