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Re: How can I receive more information when an error occurs?

From: Stepan Kalichkin <step_at_tdisie.nsc.ru>
Date: 2004-06-25 06:56:49 CEST

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> I thought I'd just ask for a listing, to start:
> C:\ ... \project>svn list -R -v svn+ssh://cvs.eclypse.org/home/svn/repos
> svn: The system cannot find the file specified.
> Obviously it failed. My major concern at this point is not why it is
> failing,
> (I'll probably figure that out eventually) but how to get more information
> when failures occur. "-v" didn't help, as can be seen above. Is there
> any capability similar to the cvs "-t" option? "cvs -t" spews lots of
> information about the various steps, which has been very
> helpful to me when trying to track down cvs trouble. I'm particularly
> concerned with respect to my requirement to support remote users -- when
> something doesn't work for them, I'd like a way to extract some kind
> of hint about where to look for the problem.

It can't find ssh client. Your PATH environment must have path to ssh.exe


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