On Mon, 26 Nov 2007, email@example.com wrote:
> With the recent code changes in serf trunk (to be released real soon now) I got
> the NTLM authentication code in ra_serf working on Windows. Working means, most
> of our tests our working - expect authz_tests, but that's normal - and as far as
> I know it's free of aborts. The current implementation is pretty basic and I
> didn't test it extensively yet, I don't have all the required infrastructure
> either. It's most likely not working in all situations where neon NTLM does
> Summarizing, the code works for me, but it's not production ready.
> My question is, how do you guys think about merging the ra_serf-auth code back
> to trunk? I'd like to do that now, before 1.5 is released, so people interested
> in using and testing ra_serf can give feedback on its NTLM support. The
> ra_serf-auth branch only contains NTLM specific code and is ra_serf specific,
> so it's not impacting any of our 'production' code.
> If no one objects I'll merge the branch back to trunk later today and add a note
> in our release notes indicating its experimental status.
So long as it's not a destabilizing change for existing ra_serf
functionality, I see no reason to hold it back.
Received on Mon Nov 26 18:28:35 2007
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