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Re: [Subclipse-users] Possible bug when using svn+ssh.

From: Ismael Juma <mlists_at_juma.me.uk>
Date: 2006-07-15 02:55:39 CEST

Mark Phippard <markp <at> softlanding.com> writes:
> The only part that sounds unexpected is that last part about JavaSVN
> 1.1.2. That would be a bug to report to them. I do not 100% understand
> the scenario the way it is written, so perhaps rewrite and focus on just
> that part.

Ok, I notice that the dialog box asking for a passphrase comes up if I launch
eclipse from the desktop. I still believe that it should behave the same if
eclipse is launched from the command-line or from the desktop. I mean, I doubt
users will expect a passphrase request in the _command-line_ while they're using
eclipse. But if it's considered to be a feature, then I can easily adapt and
just launch eclipse from the desktop. :)

I hadn't noticed this before because I usually use JavaSVN, which seems to have
different dialog boxes for these things. I only tried javahl, when JavaSVN
failed to work with Subclipse 1.1.2.

> I do recall that the JavaSVN dialog has a username field that you can
> edit, in addition to the passphrase.

Yes, it does, and I set it correctly. As I said, I follow the exact same steps
and it works with version 1.0.3 and it doesn't with version 1.1.2. I will find
out how to report the problem to them, since subclipse works fine with javahl.
Thanks for the help.


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