Yes I know that this should be implemented in the authorization
library in subversion, but my question was, if there is a known
solution yet, because this topic is 1,5 years old, and I thought there
might be a solution right now, maybe?.
If there is a solution, I wanted to know if it is possible to
integrate this to tortoisesvn via context menu selecting which
certificate you want to use, and this should be part of tortoisesvn,
or am I wrong?
And if there is no solution until today I need to find one because I
really have this requirement, and think that I am not alone with this
On Nov 20, 11:10 pm, Simon Large <simon.tortoise..._at_googlemail.com>
> 2009/11/20 Christoph Bernhofer <christoph.bernho..._at_gmail.com>:
> > Hi
> > Are they any known solutions for this issue?
> > If not, I search people who will be able to implement this, because I
> > need this urgently in the near future.
> > I am searching for the possibility to select the wanted certificate
> > from x available on smartcard or on file within the toirtoisesvn
> > context menu.
> Did you actually read the email you quoted? This would have to be
> inplemented in Subversion not TortoiseSVN.
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> > ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> > From: Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com>
> > Date: 11 Jun. 2008, 11:13
> > Subject: Suggest a new feature: adding smart card support to windows
> > svn client in version 1.5
> > To: TortoiseSVN-dev
> > robotk wrote:
> >> Suggest a new feature: adding smart card support to windows svn client
> >> in version 1.5
> > That won't happen. The version 1.5 is due in a few days. We won't add
> > any new features (especially not such big ones).
> >> Hi:
> >> Maybe someone have posted this suggestion before, and the Linux build
> >> now can support smart card thanks to Joe Orton's greate
> >> work(http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2008-04/0377.shtml).
> > That only works on Linux, not on Windows.
> >> I think it is not difficult to implement this feature on windows. Last
> >> month, we made an effort to implement smart card authentication by using
> >> Microsoft's CSP and openSSL library. We found that it is simple to
> >> manipulate the smart card by CSP API. Microsoft's CSP is a software
> >> interface standard. Almost all the smart card manufacturers support this
> >> standard and provide the software realization(dll). The CSP standard
> >> allows us to use the public-private key pair to encrypt,decrypt data and
> >> sign message digest while know nothing about the hardware details. All
> >> the CSPs are registered in
> >> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Cryptography\Defaults\Provider.
> > [snip]
> > You're asking on the wrong mailing list. Such cryptography providers
> > would have to be implemented in the Subversion library, not TSVN.
> > Stefan
> > --
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