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Re: SVN, SSH and Windows - what's the path?

From: Michael Hipp <Michael_at_Hipp.com>
Date: 2005-06-03 23:47:36 CEST

Jim Priest wrote:
> I've successfully setup SSH ( I can access the server w/Putty) and can
> connect to my repository using regular SVN. Client is WinXP, server is
> Win2003.
>
> I can't seem to get the correct path however:
>
> Z:\>svn list svn+ssh://192.168.0.10/myproject/trunk
> jpriest@192.168.0.10's password:
> svn: No repository found in 'svn+ssh://192.168.0.10/myproject/trunk'
>
> I've googled and dug through the mailing list archive but so far no luck.

There is a tarpit in that the SVN_SSH variable must be properly set:

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

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

Note the forward slashes. Same whether using PuTTY or Cygwin.

The error message about "No repository found" is a wild goose chase. It likely
is trying to tell you that it could not make a connection with SSH even tho
you know SSH works outside SVN.

Michael

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