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Re: 1.50 tortoiseplink broken?

From: Jeroen Cranendonk <j.p.cranendonk_at_tursiops.org>
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2008 15:05:40 +0200


Andy Levy wrote:
> http://groups.google.com/group/tortoisesvn/browse_thread/thread/e2a3a2bf96e8a778
Yes, actually I did find and read that post, but it suggests an issue
with svn.
In my case, the only problem seems to be with turtoiseplink, which isn't
really related with svn in any way.
As I understand it, it's just a rebuild of putty plink, which is
modified to not show a console in windows.
I'm pretty sure the svn team has nothing to do with that ?

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Jeroen Cranendonk wrote:
> how exactly (parameters, console, ...) are you calling it on the
> command line?
> Stefan
The simplest call was just turtoiseplink.exe user_at_host.org , tho I admit
not knowing how to actually call the thing :)
This did cause the windows crash dialog
(putty) plink.exe user_at_host.org on the other hand doesn't do anything
weird, it gives me a ssh console with some extra codes it seems.

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Jeroen Cranendonk wrote:
> Did you use the latest plink version available? If not, please try the
> latest version.
> Stefan
The latest plink version, or the latest turtoiseplink version ?
plink works fine, except for ugly consoles.
If there's a newer version of turtoiseplink then the one bundled with
tsvn 1.5.0, I'd happily try it :)


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