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Re: Subclipse and ssh+svn problems

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-07-08 16:23:40 CEST

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Graham Anderson <grahama@siren.cc> wrote on 07/07/2006 09:14:18 PM:

> I am having problems connecting to my repository with svn+ssh using
> Subclipse
> On the command line, I CAN get to my repository with:
> svn list svn+ssh://svn@www.mysite.com/home/svn/repository/mysite/trunk
> Within Subclipse, the subverison plugin for Eclipse, I entered:
> svn+ssh://www.mysite.com/home/svn/repository
> As suggested by the Subclipse FAQ, I left out the username.

That suggestion is mainly when using the JavaSVN adapter, which you can
set in your preferences. That adapter will prompt you for your password.
The native Subversion JavaHL adapter will work the same as the command
line. So you should use the same URL. You should also probably have
ssh-agent running in order to manage any certificates or passwords as you
have no other way to enter one unless you start Eclipse from a Terminal
session, in which case any prompts from your SSH client will appear in the
terminal session.

In general, if you are using SSH, we recommend using the JavaSVN adapter.
The exception would be if you are a heavy SSH user already and have all of
the client infrasructure already setup.



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Received on Sat Jul 8 16:24:57 2006

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