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windows svn+ssh problem

From: Gerald Iakobinyi-Pich <nutrina9_at_yahoo.de>
Date: 2006-07-30 18:43:37 CEST


I have just installed svn on windows and would like to checkout a
repository that has been created on my linux box, using svn+ssh:// ....

I have configured svn to use plink.exe, for tunneling, but it just seems
to hang. So I created a script 'plink.bat' and have set up svn to use
this one for tunneling:

date /T >> c:\plink.log
time /T >> c:\plink.log
ECHO %0 %* >> c:\plink.log
"c:\\Program Files\\putty\\plink.exe" %* 3 >> "c:\plink.log" 2<&3

Now I can see the commands svn is executing in the plink.log file, and
here it is what shows up in the file:

07:29 PM
"c:\Program Files\putty\plink.bat" user@IP svnserve -t
user@IP's password:

So obviusly, plink is waiting fot the password to be typed in, but it
seems that standard input is ignored. and besides this, why is the text:
"user@IP's password: " not printed on the console? I got nothing on the
console when svn was setup for using plink.exe for tunneling ?

Can anybody help me out ?


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