Anyone have any luck connecting to a subversion repository over ssh from radrails or eclipse? I've tried every combination I can think of... there has to be a trick. Just when it seems it's going to connect, I get the following error: network data doesn't match template, expected (, read ï¿¿ (65535)
on 2005-12-09 02:27
on 2005-12-09 16:33
Hello, I just put together a svn quick start guide for my customers that covers this topic. You may download the pdf at: http://hostingplayground.com/faqs/svn_quickstart.pdf -- Joe Clarke railsplayground.com
on 2005-12-09 17:05
We simply include the Subclipse plugin in the standalone version of RadRails so any issues or solutions would be found in their context. I connect using webdav and haven't had any issues.
on 2005-12-09 17:50
Recommendations: This is small enough that it doesn't need to be a PDF. Opening PDFs in browsers is generally regarded as a PITA. Some clarifications (underlined)... Working with RadRails (radrails.org) Setup your location. 1. Click on Window, then select preferences 2. Click on Team, then SVN 3. Now change the SVN Interface to JavaSVN, then click ok 4. Click on Window, open perspective, then other. 5. Next, select SVN Repository Exploring, Click OK 6. Click on the icon that says SVN+ in the SVN Repository tab in the left pane. 7. For the url put: svn+ssh://yourdomain.com/home/userid/svn/railsapp/trunk 8. Click Browse... to define the root url: svn+ssh://yourdomain.com/home/userid/svn/railsapp 9. Now type in your ssh user id and password, click Finish, you may be asked for your password again at which time you have are given the option of saving this information for future use. Click OK. Checkout the project 1. Right click on your location that now appears in the SVN Repository tab in the left pane and select checkout as project.
on 2005-12-09 18:27
Joe Clarke wrote: > Hello, > I just put together a svn quick start guide for my customers that > covers this topic. You may download the pdf at: > http://hostingplayground.com/faqs/svn_quickstart.pdf Thanks very much! Exactly what I need. Justin
on 2005-12-09 19:05
Hello, I made it a PDF because I wrote it in word and I didn't have time to convert it to HTML. However, if you use Mac OS X, opening a PDF is just as easy as opening a web page. Anyway, thanks for adding the clarifications, -- Joe Clarke railsplayground.com
on 2005-12-09 20:56
No problem, it worked very nicely for me. Ernie
on 2005-12-12 12:21
When I try and use svn+ssh:// instead of http:// subclipse will not let me continue, it says it is an invalid url?