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Re: How-to for Windows + ssh? SOLVED

From: Michael Hipp <Michael_at_Hipp.com>
Date: 2005-05-17 20:39:57 CEST

Michael Hipp wrote:
> Is there a howto somewhere for getting the svn command-line client
> working in Windows?
> I've tried using both plink and cygwin. I'm doing this:
> set SVN_SSH=c:\cygwin\bin\ssh
> svn import c:\test svn+ssh://me@mysrvr.com/home/me/repo -m "test"
> svn: The system cannot find the file specified.

This works:
   set SVN_SSH="c:/cygwin/bin/ssh"

This does NOT work:
   set SVN_SSH="c:\cygwin\bin\ssh"

Note the only difference is that the use of forward slashes in a DOS
path specification instead of backslashes.

This really, really ought to be documented somewhere. I found it by
reading this:


Thanks for all who attempted to help,


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