I am trying to access a SVN repo from within Sourctree, so that I can keep a git branch in sync with the svn repo, like so: http://ironymark.diwan.com/2011/04/a-safe-way-to-keep-a-github-and-svn-repository-in-sync/
From the admin of the SVN repo I received a certificate. I can access the repo from a browser (where I added the certificate) and from Cornerstone, a SVN client.
I added the remote repo in Sourcetree. If try to fetch the remote from Sourcetree, I get the following
git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false -c credential.helper=sourcetree fetch myproject fatal: unable to access 'https://example.com/svn/projects/myproject/': The requested URL returned error: 403 Completed with errors, see above
I tried a
git svn fetch
from the terminal window, and I got this reply:
Client certificate filename:
Typing in the certificate filename gives no result, the terminal keeps asking for the certificate filename
The certificate is in the keychain, I checked that.
Or should it be placed in a different location?
Git version is 1.9.2 (System) and 220.127.116.11 (embedded)
Tried both versions, makes no difference.
SVN is version 1.7.10
What could this be and how could I solve this?
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