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Re: [Subclipse-users] Slowness in svn+ssh

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-05-03 21:44:32 CEST

Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner@hannonhill.com> wrote on 05/03/2006
03:34:47 PM:

> > How could you have tried the command line if you have not done this?
> > JavaHL and the command line have the same requirements.
> I should clarify. I have the SVN binaries installed on OS X client
> machine. I am able to co from the command line using "svn co svn
> +ssh://" with public key authentication. However, when I switch to
> JavaHL in Subclipse I always get the "file not found error" described
> here: http://subclipse.tigris.org/servlets/ReadMsg?list=users&msgNo=3334
> I have yet to get Subclipse to find my local SVN binaries with the
> JavaHL method selected.

So you are saying you have the SVN command line but not the JavaHL library
that goes with it? If you install the Metissian OS X binaries it installs
everything in the right places so that it "just works".

> I thought you were saying if I opened eclipse from the terminal I
> would get a prompt for a password in the terminal when I tried to
> invoke a Subclipse checkout.

The reason that JavaHL does not prompt is because the Subversion command
line just relies on your SSH client doing this when needed. So Subversion
just fires off the ssh client and lets it do that. I have had Linux users
say that if your start Eclipse from a terminal session, the SSH client
will then be able to use that session to do that prompting. I cannot
guarantee this is true, especially on OS X. On Windows, the TortoisePlink
client uses a Windows dialog to prompt you. If you had an OS X SSH client
that did this, it would also probably work.


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