Marius Gedminas wrote at 2009-4-3 01:34 +0300:
>On Thu, Apr 02, 2009 at 07:31:00PM +0100, Chris Withers wrote:
>> So, svn.zope.org causes me pain at the moment:
>> - it uses the bizarre svn or svn+ssh protocols, which I find annoying
>> (ports blocked on routers, can't check with a browser, etc)
>+10 for continuing to support svn+ssh, it's the best thing ever!
> * secure (passphrase-protected key)
> * convenient (ssh-agent means you only type the passphrase once)
> * convenient to use remotely (ssh agent forwarding means I ssh into
> a remote server and can use svn without having to store a key or a
> password anywhere on that remote server)
>The story may be different for Windows users (as usual).
>+0.5 for alternatively accepting authenticated https access (I'm not the
>admin, so it doesn't cost me, but I'm also not going to use it)
Unless newer SVN versions improved on this: using different
access protocols is hampered by "svn:external" as they were (still
are?) required to be absolute urls (including the protocal).
This way, the access protocol may change in between of a checkout
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