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problem with svn+ssh using plink on windows

From: PRESTON,JOSEPH S <jsam_at_ufl.edu>
Date: 2004-11-19 21:17:34 CET

Hi,

I'm trying to connect via svn+ssh (from a windows machine) to a
svn
repository on a linux server. I can successfully do this from
another
linux machine (ie svn list
svn+ssh://yadda.yadda.org/path/to/repos),
but this fails under windows. I have set up my svn config file
with
the lines:

[tunnels]
ssh = plink -l [username]

with plink's directory added to my PATH variable. According to
the
documentation, svn should be running this as:

plink -l [username] yadda.yadda.org svnserve -t

so I tried running this command, and was prompted for my
password,
which I entered, at which point I received:

( success ( 1 2 ( ANONYMOUS EXTERNAL ) ( edit-pipeline ) ) )

Which I think is what I should recieve. However when I try:

svn list svn+ssh://yadda.yadda.org/path/to/repos

svn just hangs (no output) until I break it with CTRL-C. I know
the path is correct and the repository is in good working order,
as this command still works from a linux machine. I've looked
through
the list archive, and it seems that others have managed to get
svn+ssh
to work with plink without these issues. Any thoughts on what I
am
doing wrong? (BTW, I'm using the windows binary svn package v.
1.1.1)

-Sam Preston

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