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SVN credentials asked for IvyDE resolve


Recently I've been following this guide to set up an Eclipse environment to test some ProM plugins:

I've installed Eclipse with the Marketplace and both the Subclipse and IvyDE extensions. The current workstation and its installed versions are shown below:
Operative System: Linux Fedora 31 - 5.6.11-200.fc31.x86_64 GNU/Linux

Eclipse: Version 2019-09 (4.13)
Java: openjdk version "1.8.0_242"
Apache IvyDE: org.apache.ivyde.feature

Subversion Revision Graph: org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.graph.feature
Subclipse SVN Team Provider Core: org.tigris.subversion.subclipse
Subclipse SVNKit Client Adapter: org.tigris.subversion.clientadapter.svnkit.feature

So, I've gotten to the step [First Steps > 6. Select "Trunk" and "Finish"] on that Contribute webpage. The SVN checkout works well and then IvyDE starts its resolve step.

Whenever IvyDE is resolving it constantly asks me for credentials to be able to access the SVN repository, dozens of times until I cancel it. Unfortunately I have no such credentials to provide.

Taking a look at the example, if I understand the `ivysettings.xml` file correctly, then it should be accessing some files in  . With a web browser I can easily access that path, the ivysettings and any JARs in it. I wonder why it keeps asking for SVN credentials when these files are publicly accessible.

Also in the example above, I am also following this comment ( ) and checking out a plugin directly. I have also tried to use the exact URL that is mentioned in the Contribute instructions and in both cases it keeps asking me for credentials.

Did someone had a similar problem or can anyone give me some pointers on this?

By the way. The ProM releases themselves are running fine on this machine.

Thank you all very much,
Sorry if I'm messing up something really basic, Java is not my main language.


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