derek at ihtfp.com
Sun Feb 3 09:15:41 EST 2013
On Sun, February 3, 2013 8:11 am, Mike Evans wrote:
> Migration fails for me.
> Cloned the new git repo. just fine but then I'm asked multiple times for
> my ssh password when doing "git svn init ...", until I got locked out.
If you're asked for your password then things are wrong. Code will never
accept a password, so if it asks you might as well quit out. If you quit
then you might not get locked out.
But this implies your ssh key isn't around. Can you just do a normal svn
svn+ssh:// command from the same account?
> I'll ask Derek for an unlock when he's online then try again.
> Any thoughts?
Check your SVN URL and SSH config locally? Although if you were able to
get a git checkout from code then you SHOULD be able to use SVN -- the
keys should be the same set.
> Mike Evans
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