If you ever used svn command line, you know it is not optimal to type in your password every time you do checkout, checkin, info, etc. In linux world, it is very easy to setup keys to get around this. Of course in the world of Windows it is not as easy. Here are the steps you need to follow to get private/public keys working with your SVN under Windows using ssh tunneling.
Assumptions: you will be connecting as user “root” to svn server located at “10.0.0.1″. All your files will be saved at c:\ including your svn command line utility
First we will have to generate a key. We can accomplish this by using a free utility called[Read more...]