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

From: Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner_at_hannonhill.com>
Date: 2006-05-03 21:55:21 CEST

I see what you're saying now and indeed you are correct. I installed
the Metissian binaries and when I have the pub key authentication all
setup, JavaHL does "just work" as you said. I guess I had never tried
with the pub key auth set up. I tried the same test (checking out the
branch) as I did before and it took ~1m30s using the JavaHL library,
so it is DEFINITELY a problem with JavaSVN.

Please advise on any further tests I can perform to help debug as
I've heard nothing but good things about JavaSVN in the past, but I'm
somewhat relieved that it is not a fundamental Subclipse problem.


On May 3, 2006, at 3:44 PM, Mark Phippard wrote:

> 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.
> Mark
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Bradley Mitchell Wagner
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