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svn+ssh from Windows commandline (client)

From: Tim Diggins <tim_at_red56.co.uk>
Date: 2004-06-28 12:23:48 CEST

Hi -

I've got SVN happily going on a macosx box and have converted my repos from
CVS - all going well.

I use svn command line in macosx - no probs, (also use it under ssh from
cygwin from windows)
I use TortoiseSVN + TortoisePlink via (svn+ssh:) generally under windows -
also fine

Occasionally I'd like to do something via svn commandline (either because
Tortoise doesn't seem to allow it, or it's just more
straightforward/explicit to do it via the commandline*) and I'd like to do
it from a windows (and/or a cygwin command line).

And that works, as long as I'm just working with the working copy.

Unfortunately, I can't seem to make svn+ssh work from a windows commandline,
and I'm not sure where or how to configure svn to direct it to (say)
TortoisePlink, or whatever.

Any pointers would be helpful. I looked for an installing/configuring
section in subversion faq & book - and couldn't find it... and did some
forays into the list archive -- sorry if I overlooked something obvious.



* btw the svn commandline is an unexpected benefit for me from the move from
cvs to subversion - I found the cvs commandline impentrable and never
strayed from tortoisecvs or wincvs, but I find the svn commandline really
easy to use - and often faster than a gui!) Thanks!

  Tim Diggins

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