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Re: Stable SubClipse 0.9.33 + SVN 1.2.3 to use with Eclipse 3.1

From: Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-25 22:42:03 CEST

> JSCH supports only SSH protocol v2, and both private key and password
> authentication.

This is exciting. JavaHL appears to not support password
authentication at all. At least from the password dialog box in the
repository location setup.

> It could take credentials information either from Subversion
> configuration file or uses user name and password defined in Subclipse
> repository settings or in the password prompt.

Strange thing here is that I was able to get Subclipse to work with
JavaHL using my private key with following line in my subversion
'config' file:
ssh = 'C:/Program Files/TortoiseSVN/bin/TortoisePlink.exe' -i C:/

  However, when I switched to JavaSVN, it claims that my private key
is invalid. Do I need some kind of switch to enforce SSH2 or something?
Received on Fri Aug 26 06:42:03 2005

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