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RE: [Subclipse-users] Plink + Peagant (svn+ssh) does not work!

From: Norman Rother <n.rother_at_technisat.de>
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2008 08:07:55 +0200

Let's wrap this topic up finally:
After doing some more investigations it turned out that
URLs "svn+ssh" configured for plink/tortoisePlink/peagant
do work with the Subversive Plugin (latest and previous versions).
This indicates clearly that Subclipse neglects the described configuration.
Best regards
Norman Rother
On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 11:16 AM, Norman Rother <n.rother_at_technisat.de>

> One more try. Lets only talk about JavaHL.

> Yes it uses the same configuration as the command line.

> In the tunnelling section I have properly setup ssh=path-to-plink

> When Subclipse trys to connect to the SVN Rep. one can see how the plink

> process starts. It never finishs - but hangs up.


> I have seen older versions which would work correctly. There must be

> detail in recent versions which prevent plink from talking with peagant.

> Please note: there is no need for any GUI dialog, since peagant already

> its passphrase long before. Plink just talks to peagant and then opens a

> tunnel.

JavaHL is part of Subversion. I have noticed a lot of SSH related

messages on their users@ list since 1.5 was released. Maybe take one

of the JUnit tests they have for JavaHL and modify it to use svn+ssh

and then if it does not work report it as a bug?

I don't use SSH, but I did recently set it up and test it from OSX.

It all worked fine.

Mark Phippard
Received on 2008-07-03 08:08:20 CEST

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