On Mon, 18 Sep 2006, D.J. Heap wrote:
> On 9/18/06, Garrett Rooney <email@example.com> wrote:
> >On 9/18/06, Daniel Rall <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> I'd be okay with that. Though, if you carry your Subversion config
> >> file between machines with different versions of Neon, or upgrade your
> >> Neon on your machine (or an administrator does it for you), you might
> >> never know about the option. Perhaps it would be better to include
> >> the minimum library version information right there in the config file
> >> instead?
> >No different from what happens when you update to a new version of
> >Subversion that adds a new feature. The config files are already
> >there, so they don't get written out again. Just the way it works ;-)
> I'm fine with that. I'm also going to be pretty busy until the
> weekend, so feel free to revise and commit if you are comfortable with
> it. Otherwise, I'll work on it this weekend.
> One more thing that needs to be fixed, I think, is that http_auth_str
> needs to be apr_pstrdup'd before it is destroyed by the space
> collapsing and tokenizing. The config stuff seems to hand you back
> the same string from its hash all the time, so destroying it could
> cause problems for clients other than the commandline (I think).
Attached is a revised patch with these all suggested changes
Received on Mon Sep 18 21:13:42 2006
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