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Re: using email address as username fails

From: matthew zeier <mrz_at_mozilla.com>
Date: 2006-08-29 20:10:43 CEST

Milen A. Radev wrote:
> On 29/08/06, matthew zeier <mrz@mozilla.com> wrote:
>> >> svn+ssh://mrz@mozilla.com_at_mysvnserver.com/repo/mrz
>> >
>> > This is not a valid url - you can only have one '@' char in front of
>> the
>> > server/domain part of an url.
>> Per svn spec or what?
> According to RFC1738 (Uniform Resource Locators (URL)), chapter "3.1.
> Common Internet Scheme Syntax":
> "The user name (and password), if present, are followed by a
> commercial at-sign "@". Within the user and password field, any ":",
> "@", or "/" must be encoded."

So TortoiseSVN shouldn't have any issues with this URL then, right?


I still get the same error "Error * Connection closed unexpectedly".
Any way to debug and see what Tortoise is passing to ssh?

matthew zeier | Network Engineer | Mozilla Corp. | (650)903-0800 x219
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