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TortoiseSVN, HTTPS, and SSH Tunnel

From: BRM <bm_witness_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2008 13:55:21 -0800 (PST)

I've got a setup where we use an SSH Tunnel generated through Putty to access our repository from an external network which is hosted by Apache2/SSL WebDAV SVN configuration.

Currently I have users starting an SSH Tunnel with Putty directly - configuring a headless SSH session that auto-logins in using a Public-Private key, then interacting with the repository via TSVN.

From what I can tell, SVN/TSVN supports tunneling through SSH for the non-Apache2 Subversion Server (ssh+svn protocol). However, at least what I've seen this does not seem to be a directly supported method.

Is there a way to get SVN or (more importantly to me) TSVN to use this kind of configuration internally using Plink?

I don't care if my users still have to specially configure a Putty Session for the Tunneling, though it would be nice if they didn't.



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