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Re: [Subclipse-users] Subclipe ignoring Accept Permanently and Save Password

From: Peter Kennard <peterk_at_livingwork.com>
Date: 2006-11-07 16:06:36 CET

Thanks -
BTW - I just did it.

I directed subclipse (javaSVN) to look at the cygwin
/home/me/.subversion area so both clients are synchronized and
looking at the same config area. It inherited my certificate paths,
auth etc and all "just worked" when I checked out a project.

The way it should be :)

So one workaround would be to use the cygwin command line client to
create the .subversion area, edit it by hand to add certificates etc
and then point subclipse to it.

At 09:59 11/7/2006, you wrote:
>Peter Kennard <peterk@livingwork.com> wrote on 11/07/2006 09:51:48 AM:
> > Is there a way to direct subclipse to look/write in a specific spot
> > for it's .subversion area?
>It is not Subclipse doing the reading or writing, it is Subversion. As
>long as you have a valid area it seems to work, but JavaHL appears to have
>a bug in creating the area.
>Subclipse has an option to point Subversion at a specific area. This is
>kind of the equivalent of using the --config-dir switch when using the
>command line.
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