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[Subclipse-users] Subclipse doesn't survive IP address change

From: Pekka Vuorela <pvuorela_at_cs.tut.fi>
Date: 2006-11-20 12:50:15 CET

Alexander Kitaev wrote:

> I think it could be SVNKit(JavaSVN) issue. It keeps persistent ssh
> connection and may not be able to detect that target host is no longer
> responding.
> You may try to disable persistent connection feature by setting system
> property "javasvn.ssh2.persistent" to "false" (set it in Eclipse's
> config.ini file).

Yes, this seemed to be the case. The problem disappeared after that

So, should I report this to SVNKit then?

Mark Phippard wrote:

> Wouldn't that only be an issue if he changed the IP address without ever
> closing Subclipse? That would seem like an awfully fringe problem to be
> concerned about.

Not for me at least. I keep applications that I often use open
all the time (web browser, Eclipse lately) and just suspend my laptop
when I go to home or work. I don't think this is especially rare behavior.

Moreover, this bug makes Eclipse unquittable which, I think, is very

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Received on Mon Nov 20 12:52:36 2006

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