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[Subclipse-users] SSH port number not saved; reverts to default value in 1.0.4 (works in 1.0.3)

From: Greg Kopff <gkopff_at_powersource.com.au>
Date: 2006-12-14 07:51:48 CET


I just upgraded my version of Eclipse to 3.2 (on Linux) and downloaded
the latest version of Subclipse (1.0.4).

We use svn+ssh, but run ssh on a non-standard port (ie not 22).

When I first checkout my project, Subclipse prompts me for my
credentials: username, password and port number (I use password
authentication rather than key based).

I then click the checkbox to tell Subclipse to save this information.

I then close Eclipse, and then re-open the application. If I then try
to synchronise with the repository, I get an error dialog back, and the
SVN console reports:

   svn: Cannot connect to 'svn+ssh://server/': There was a problem while
connecting to server:22

(where server is replaced by the proper hostname).

It appears that the port number has not been remembered.

I have several other machines here running the same version of Eclipse,
but an earlier version of Subclipse (1.0.3). I can confirm that this
problem does not exist in 1.0.3.

Is this port value stored in a configuration file anywhere? Can I edit
this file manually?

Kindest regards,

  Greg Kopff
gkopff@powersource.com.au      PowerSource Software
Chief Technologist    http://www.powersource.com.au
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