svnclone fails silently on svn+ssh:// url

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Issue #50 wontfix
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Trying to use the hgsubversion extension. All tests passed, I can import the nose repository mentioned in the README.

However svnclone with this url fails silently:

{{{ #!bash

hg --verbose --debug svnclone svn+ssh://213.X.X.X/project/LDAPGUI-dev *** failed to import extension hgext.inotify: No module named inotify Assuming destination LDAPGUI-dev-hg resolving manifests overwrite False partial False ancestor 000000000000 local 000000000000+ remote 000000000000 0 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved }}}

The url is coppied directly from svn repository and works perfectly well.

Is there some way how could I debug this a bit further?

Thanks.

Comments (6)

  1. Former user Account Deleted

    Oops, I should have removed the inotify error - it is not related to the reported issue. Also the ssh connection works well.

  2. Augie Fackler repo owner

    Is this a connection where passwordless logins are enabled, or do you have to type a password?

    Also, does LDAPGUI-dev have trunk/tags/branches, or not?

    Thanks!

  3. Former user Account Deleted

    The connection is secured by keys provided by ssh-agent. Works flawlessly with svn.

    The LDAPGUI-dev itself is a branch. The repo does not follow a standard naming conventions, however I tried to start with the root node (project) and the result was the same. Should I try to convert the repo to standard naming and try again?

  4. Augie Fackler repo owner

    If it doesn't have standard naming, you're not going to get far right now. That said, if you convert to standard naming, you'll only get the revs since the reorganization to that layout when you convert to hg.

    Any reason this issue needs to stay open?

  5. Augie Fackler repo owner

    Maybe, but probably not how you mean. Single-dir cloning should be possible now that 907c160c6289 is in, and I do plan to look into that. Closing this ticket as wontfix, since that's really what it boils down to.

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