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Re: svnserve/ssh tunnel?

From: Jan Braun <janbraun_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2003-08-12 03:46:22 CEST

Jonathan Blow wrote:
> the ssh tunnel is definitely working; I can telnet localhost 3690 from
> the command line on the win32 machine and see the
> LISP-looking svn protocol greet me.

Then you should use

    svn co svn://localhost/home/svn/code

since you have the subversion server already listening on port 3690 of
localhost (via the ssh tunnel, but the client won't know the
difference to a locally running svnserve).
As Ben points out, svn+ssh is for telling the client (how) to create a
tunnel on it's own.
I hope that helps to clarify.


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Received on Tue Aug 12 03:54:05 2003

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