stephen mulcahy wrote:
> Firstly, I'd like to thank you guys for your efforts on TortoiseSVN -
> it's a lovely intuitive interface to subversion repositories.
> I've been accessing an svn+ssh:// repository using 1.4.x of TortoiseSVN
> for the last year or so. I've most recently been using 1.4.8. It works
> without problems, prompting me for my password each time I connect
> (which suits me for now, I'm aware of pageant and how to use it .. just
> haven't gotten around to setting it up for this config yet :)
> So I recently upgraded to 1.5.0 (and the last RC) and tried them. I have
> some https:// based repositories and 1.5.0 worked fine with those.
> When I try it with my svn+ssh:// repository though, it seems to hang
> indefinitely (I left it running last night for a few hours without any
> progress). I tried changing TortoisePlink.exe to Putty's Plink.exe and
> it again hangs (without any messages to the console).
> This isn't an issue with an unrecognised key - the only thing to change
> in my config from a working config to a non-working config was upgrading
> from 1.4.8 to 1.5.0 (and the RC). Just to be sure, I tried putty'ing
> into the port that svn+ssh:// is on and putty connected without
> prompting me to save an unrecognised key.
> I've looked through existing bugs and the mailing lists and can't see
> anything describing this problem or a solution already other than
> I've also re-read http://tortoisesvn.net/ssh_howto and
> http://tortoisesvn.net/node/28 but nothing covered there seems to
> indicate the problem.
> I've tried uninstalling everything and reinstalling - with the same
> results. I finally uninstalled everything and rolled back to 1.4.8 which
> again works without problems (after checking the repository again).
> Anyone have any ideas whats going on here? Let me know if you need me to
> do any further testing - I'm happy to upgrade back to 1.5.0 for testing
> if needed.
Since the Windows binaries for the Subversion CL client are not
available yet, please download the svn.exe from here:
then copy it into the TSVN installation folder (c:\program
files\tortoisesvn\bin), open a command prompt, go to that directory,
then try accessing your repository with the CL client, e.g.
svn ls svn+ssh://yourserver/repos/trunk
You may have to edit the Subversion config file and set up your ssh
client there first.
If this hangs too (which I suspect it does from my quick tests), then
please report the issue on the Subversion mailing list (users at
subversion tigris org).
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Received on 2008-06-24 19:40:56 CEST