On 11/28/2013 2:34 PM, Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 28.11.2013 16:44, Ben Johnson wrote:
>> On 11/26/2013 11:48 AM, Ben Johnson wrote:
>>> Every time I attempt to checkout a working copy using the ssh+svn
>>> protocol, TortoisePlink.exe crashes.
>>> TSVN version information:
>>> TortoiseSVN 1.8.4, Build 24972 - 64 Bit , 2013/11/24 11:15:39
>>> Subversion 1.8.5, -release
>>> apr 1.4.8
>>> apr-util 1.5.2
>>> serf 1.3.2
>>> OpenSSL 1.0.1e 11 Feb 2013
>>> zlib 1.2.8
>> I took the time to setup a completely pristine Windows 8 x64 VM and this
>> crash happens there, too. So, it's probably safe to say that this
>> behavior does not result from a software conflict.
>> Given the above, I can't believe that no one else has run into this.
>> Is there anyone else on Win 8 x64 who is willing and able to test this?
> Try using plain plink.exe (install Putty) instead of TortoisePlink and
> see whether that works.
That's a good idea.
Indeed, PuTTY's native "plink.exe" (version 0.63) works correctly.
Pasting the exact same command to "TortoisePlink.exe" causes the
application to crash.
Just for giggles, I replaced "TortoisePlink.exe" with PuTTY's
"plink.exe" (and renamed the latter to match the former) and TSVN no
longer crashes. Instead, it pops-up a COM window for TortoisePlink.exe,
which says, "Server refused our key", which is expected, as I
authenticate with a password and not a key.
I realize that there must be differences between the stock PuTTY exe and
TSVN's version of it, so this isn't a "fix", but it does demonstrate
that something seems to be awry in the TSVN version.
Thanks for the suggestion; what's the next step in finding a solution?
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Received on 2013-11-29 18:14:37 CET