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svn+ssh to an alternate port

Author mrust
Full name Jake P
Date 2009-08-04 13:41:47 PDT
Message Up until now, I've been using $SVN_SSH to specify the SSH port:

export SVN_SSH='ssh -p 7022 -o ControlMaster=no'

I noticed that in version 1.17 (which I finally figured out how to install on ubuntu using regular apt-get), you can specify inside /etc/fsvs/config

config_dir=/root/.subversion

I was hoping this setting would pick up the alternate scheme I created and tested with subversion in the tunnels section of the config file:

ssht = $SVN_SSH ssh -p 7022 -o ControlMaster=no

However, when I try to specify this in the fsvs URL as svn+ssht, I get the following message:

The given protocol is unknown!

Is there a way of using an alternate port for my repository without resorting to an environment variable?

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svn+ssh to an alternate port mrust Jake P 2009-08-04 13:41:47 PDT
     Re: svn+ssh to an alternate port pmarek P.Marek 2009-08-05 00:48:51 PDT
         Re: svn+ssh to an alternate port pmarek P.Marek 2009-08-05 00:49:45 PDT
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