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RE: Subclipse 0.9.33 Released

From: Paulo J. S. Silva <pjssilva_at_ime.usp.br>
Date: 2005-09-12 01:50:51 CEST

Em Dom, 2005-09-11 às 20:27 +0200, Alexander Kitaev escreveu:

> I expect that next version of Subclipse will support not only password
> prompt, but also prompt that will allow user to provide private key path.

I'll take the opportunity to ask again...

I have SubEclipse+JavaSVN on two machines. In both machines I get the
password dialogue mentioned by Russel in his e-mail. I give my username
and password but the process fails with the same

org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: svn: Authentication

message. I have checked my ssh/subversion server logs and there is no
sign of a login try. I looks like subeclipse is not even trying to log
using the give username and password.

Earlier today Brent Vernet commented that he had fixed this issue, but
in a private communication he told he fixed it moving to javahl instead
of JavaSVN. I use Ubuntu Linux and javahl is not a real option right

For now, I am using a workaround to use subeclipse. I set my repository
to svn://localhost/path-to-repository in the client machine (note the
lack of ssh, it is local svn protocol). I then tunnel the connections to
svnserve using the following command in my shell:

ssh -L 3690:myserver.mydomain:3690 myserver.mydomain svnserve -t

Shouldn't JavaSVN be able do connect using svn+ssh?


Received on Mon Sep 12 09:50:51 2005

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