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How can I set up access via svn+ssh on Windows?

From: Per Lindberg <per_at_implior.com>
Date: 2004-12-30 16:49:55 CET

> Från: Kevin Williams [mailto:kevin@bantamtech.com]

> I've used it in the past. I don't currently due to the way I
> have Apache and svnserve configured.
> Perhaps try forward slashes or double-backslashes in the paths. Like:
> C:\foo>set SVN_SSH="c:\\Program Files\\TortoiseSVN\\bin\\TortoisePlink.exe"
> or
> C:\foo>set SVN_SSH="c:/Program Files/TortoiseSVN/bin/TortoisePlink.exe"


That works -- both methods! And, strangely enough, no double quotes
are necessary, either. (Weird, I thought I had tried forward slashes in all
possible ways... The moon must have changed phase... :-)

If anyone working with the documentation is listenting:
This is not covered terribly well, please take note.

Also, note for the improvement of the install/uninstall kit for Windows:
Add (or remove) the path to the installed binaries (e.g. svn.exe) to the
PATH system environment variable.

TortoisePlink.exe works, but pops up an annoying box asking for password
- twice. I have also tried setting SVN_SSH=c:/Program Files/PuTTY/plink.exe
and that seems to be possible; no error messages from cvs co. However,
it just hangs, and never asks for password. Shouldn't it prompt for password
on the command line?

Many thanks, Kevin and others!


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