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From TheRedAaron <AaronRobinso...@gmail.com>
Subject Using JavaHL gives Folder " does not exist remotely
Date Sun, 04 Nov 2012 14:57:16 GMT
Thought I'd start a new thread as the other one was specific to SVNKit
(hopefully)

I've followed
http://subclipse.tigris.org/wiki/PluginFAQ#head-214e1cef790ceb311232ec766435d62c7958ccb7
and got plink running from the command line and connecting to my SVN server.

plink -load mysessionname

I've pasted this into the subversion config file like so: -

ssh=plink.exe -load mysessioname

but when I try and use the repo I get 'Folder " does not exist remotely"

I've tried switching to tortoiseplink and get the same message.

If I switch over to SVNKit everything works seemlessly. I don't want to use
SVNKit as you have to pay for it and I think it may be the source of some
strange message complaining about revisions that exist when it thinks they
don't.

Any help appreciated. I've been working on this all day and it feels like
I'm chasing my tail.







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