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Re: javasvn

From: Eugene Kuleshov <eu_at_md.pp.ru>
Date: 2005-12-09 20:54:20 CET

Alexander Kitaev wrote:

>JavaSVN uses proxy settings from Subversion standard cofiguration files, in
>particular from "servers" file. You may configure "groups" of hosts for
>which different proxy settings will be used. (see
>http://tmate.org/svn/kb/user-guide-config-settings.html for details).
>JavaSVN does not use "http.proxy*" system properties.
  Does that mean that even if I have http.proxy* properties set for
Eclipse JVM JavaSVN will ignore them and will always use settings from
Subversion config?

>>the error: svn: Cannot establish http tunnel for proxied
>>secure connection: null (I do have unlimited crypto policy
>>installed here).
>This is a known bug, that is fixed in the latest version of JavaSVN in
>"trunk" and "1.0.x" branch. To fix this problem you may build JavaSVN from
>"trunk" (if you're using Subclipse 0.9.101) or from "1.0.x" branch (if
>you're using 0.9.37) and replace version of javasvn in Subclipse with the
>one you've build.
>You may find build instructions at
  Thanks Alex. I can try that.
  I wonder if there are any plans to release another Subclipse build
with this fix? But I guess that would be up to Mark...

Received on Sat Dec 10 06:54:20 2005

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