I’m new in Android Studio. I’m trying to import my project and work with the built-in svn of android studio.
When I import the project to android studio, it works fine but the svn of android studio can’t authenticate when I update, commit…
The authentication dialog re-appears repeatedly.
What I did:
Import project folder from svn server using TortoiseSVN
Import project to eclipse and export it as Gradle (Because project on
SVN is eclipse project)
- Import that gradle project into Android Studio
My SVN server is ‘svn+ssh’ connect. When I’m trying to update or commit, Android studio can’t authenticate.
svn: E204899: E170012: When using svn+ssh:// URLs, keep in mind that the --username and --password options are ignored because authentication is performed by SSH, not Subversion svn: E170012: Unable to connect to a repository at URL 'svn+ssh://zuranai.arx-project.com/opt/SVN1.zap_dev/trunk/android' svn: E170012: Can't create tunnel svn: E720002: Can't create tunnel: The system cannot find the file specified.
What’s wrong with my android studio? Any advice?
I can’t commit, update but still can revert.
I had same problem, but found a solution.
- Go to ‘Android Studio > Preferences > Version Control > Subversion’
- Uncheck follow two items
- Use command line client
- Use system default Subversion configuration directory
It will now work correctly.
I also have this problem.
Here is how i solve it:
On the “File” menu,click “Invalidate Cashes/Restart…”
then,the problem solved!
Please have a look on issue reported in Intellij Idea with some workarounds in reply if it helps you
http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-26844 (Srinivas Reply)
http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-81294 (Irina Chernushina (JetBrains))
you need to set your configuration info in SVN tunnel config
file(~/.subversion/config) kssh = /your/path/to/ssh
in tunnel section.example mine looks like : kssh = /usr/bin/ssh
Remember you need to point your IDE to use subversion config file in
the subversion options or change it in ~/.subversion_IDEA/config file
Maybe an other solution : in my case, the SVN SSL certificate is a self-signed, so AndroidStudio won’t make checkout until the certificate is accepted. It seems that AndroidStudio doesn’t ask what the user want to do.
The solution was to make a checkout with tortoiseSVN (do it with svn command line otherwise) in a temporary folder. Tortoise asked you for accepting the certificate : choose ‘Permanently accept’. After that, AndroidStudio checked out successfully my files.
Please note that AndroidStudio might be configured to use the system svn environment (File > Settings > Version Control > Subversion).
Hope it will help.