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Re: [Subclipse-users] Cygwin ssh popups with svn+ssh

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-29 16:48:45 CEST

JEFFREY.S.OLSZEWSKI@saic.com wrote on 09/29/2006 10:44:28 AM:

> I?m running Eclipse 3.2 with the Subclipse plugin under WinXP. I?m
> connecting to our subversion repository(on a linux server running
> using an svn+ssh URL. On my windows box, Subclipse is using cygwin?s ssh

> client to connect. This all works wonderfully, except that for every svn

> transaction in eclipse, a shell window (presumably caused by the ssh
> connection) will briefly pop up, then disappear. There is no text in the

> window, and it?s not asking me to authenticate.
> Has anyone else encountered this, and if so is there a way to suppress
> (annoying) pop-ups?

One option is to use JavaSVN. It uses a Java SSH client so you do not
have this issue. It also lets you do all configuration and credentials
within Subclipse.

JavaHL launches an external client. Whether you have a Window pop-up or
not would depend on that client. One option is to use the
TortoisePlink.exe client that comes with TortoiseSVN. This is a
Windows-based client so you do not have any shell windows pop-up and if
you do need to provide credentials, a normal Windows dialog comes up.


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