Why, if I enabled the native Subversion client, would I be getting an error message like:
Subversion: (Accessing URL: https://xxx) Received fatal alert: handshake_failure
Please check Subversion SSL settings (Settings | Version Control | Subversion | Network)
Maybe you should specify SSL protocol manually - SSLv3 or TLSv1
My command line svn client can talk to the Subversion server just fine. That message
really seems to be coming from the built-in client because my command line client
wouldn't be telling me to go look at the PhpStorm Subversion settings, would it?
Now, I just checked out a brand new sandbox from Subversion and pointed PhpStorm
at it. Now I get those pink popups every minute or so and The background Refreshing
VCS history has been running for hours along with a direct file history.
Also, shouldn't those messages be logged somewhere? There's nothing in the Event
Oh, and why if I close that project and switch to a CVS project, even across PhpStorm
restarts, does that message keep that message keep popping up about the file I tried
to do a svn history on?
And in case you're wondering, this is PhpStorm 7.1.3 on OS X 10.8.5.