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Problem accessing repository through authentificated proxy

From: <Paul.Chlebek_at_partner.bmw.de>
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2008 15:41:22 +0200

I worked happily with Subversion/Tortoise/Subclipse - today I got this
unexpected error message:
Error: OPTIONS of 'https://XXX.XX/svn/XXX/work/trunk': Could not create
Error: connection through proxy server: Could not authenticate to proxy
server: could
Error: not parse challenge (https://XXXX.XX) - (exchanged private data
with XXX).
After that I updated to Subversion 1.5.0 but still get the message. I
downgraded to
Subversion 1.3.5 and still got the message. Then I downgraded to 1.2.6
and then
everything seems to be fine - except that my existing working copy can't
be used
anymode (client to old) ...
Maybe the system administrators changed something on the proxy
or whatever, but my web-browser has no problem in showing the repository
The Repository behind the firewall of my customer is on my server, so I
can say, that
nothing changed on the server side.
My Subclipse also denied work, but after switching from [ ] JavaHL to
[x]SVNKit (Pure Java)
everything worked fine again in Eclipse. But I still get errors on the
command line and
in TortoiseSVN.
OS: Windows XP
SVN: 1.5.0 (Binary Installer from Collab)
TortoiseSVN: 1.5.0 (from tigris.org)
SVN-Server through Apache: "Powered by Subversion version 1.4.0
I searched for that error-message and only found this:
What I have to do, to get my beloved Subversion back to work?
With best regards
Paul Chlebek
Received on 2008-07-03 18:16:38 CEST

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