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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 16:31:57 CET

Actually in my testing I have all three present and am sussing out
the problems that can occur between them :)

I havn't yet tried to direct the cygwin client to point to the
.subversion area used by Tortoise. (hopefully it isn't in the registry :)

At 10:13 11/7/2006, you wrote:
>Peter Kennard <peterk@livingwork.com> wrote on 11/07/2006 10:06:36 AM:
> > 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.
>This is all normal and what people expect. Your only wrinkle is that you
>are using Cygwin. Most of us are using the standard Windows binaries
>and/or a tool like TortoiseSVN. In that case, all of the tools
>automatically share this information by default.
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