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Re: Can't connect to sourceforge.net SVN

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-18 04:10:01 CEST

On 10/17/06, Mikail Ahundov <mikail@comtv.ru> wrote:
> Andy Levy пишет:
> > On 10/17/06, Mikail Ahundov <mikail@comtv.ru> wrote:
> >> I registered in sourceforge.net
> >> With it's login and password I teoretically can use it's SVN.
> >>
> >> I try this:
> >>
> >> svn import kamparealis https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/kamparealis
> >> --username mikail --password XXXXX
> >> Authentication realm: <https://svn.sourceforge.net:443> SourceForge
> >> Subversion area
> >> Username: mikail
> >> Password for 'mikail':
> >> Authentication realm: <https://svn.sourceforge.net:443> SourceForge
> >> Subversion area
> >> Username:
> >>
> >> So Sourceforge don't recognize my =( But my login and password are
> >> correct.
> >> Where I make mistake?
> >
> > What does Sourceforge's support say?
> I found only this
> http://sourceforge.net/docs/E09#import
> > There is only one supported data source for importing data into a
> > SourceForge.net Subversion repository. Due to issues with remotely
> > running cvs2svn for end-users, we had to remove the import from SF.net
> > CVS repostiory and CVS tarball. We support imports from a SVN dump
> > file, compressed (.gz, .bz2, .zip, but not tarred) or uncompressed. As
> > the process is largely automated on our side, it is imperative that
> > these instructions be followed closely and in their entirety to ensure
> > a successful import.
> But I don't understand is this all about importing dumps into SF or
> about all ways of importing projects to SF (and also with svn import)

Please use Reply To All to keep discussion on the list.

I think you missed my point, and are now mixing issues. You initially
asked why Sourceforge wouldn't recognize you while authenticating for
the action you were taking. That's something you need to discuss with

Now you're asking about their upload/automated import process, which
is completely separate, and is quasi-proprietary to Sourceforge (it
uses standard SVN features, but they made their own wrapper/interface
for it).

In both cases, you're having difficulty with Sourceforge, not
necessarily with Subversion, and their support may be a more
appropriate place to start looking for help.
Received on Wed Oct 18 04:10:43 2006

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