Re: TortoiseSVN + neon enabled MIT GSSAPI
On 2007-11-15 17:32, Stefan Küng wrote:
> >Noone helps me? Please ...
> It's a little bit scary for most people to download some binary from
> How about you write a little how-to on how to compile neon with GSSAPI?
> I then maybe will include that in TSVN so everyone can make use of it?
We've tried this binary and it seems to work fine with MIT
Kerberos. I'm going to try to find a machine to clean MIT Kerberos
off of to try the SSPI later today. IMHO Rapidshare isn't much
scarier than any other site that doesn't use strong crypto to
manage their downloads. Anyway... I've also been having people use
a build of TortoiseSVN I made that links in MIT Kerberos. I was
hesitant to suggest linking TortoiseSVN against MIT Kerberos
because neon (at least at that time) would dynamically link MIT
Kerberos at compile time, so if you tried to run TortoiseSVN (or
anything else linked with neon that was linked against MIT
Kerberos) without MIT installed... boom. Until neon is altered
to only link MIT Kerberos at runtime, I think this is sort-of a
non-starter. I haven't had the time to contribute such a change to
neon, but that seems to me to be the place where the changes need
to be made, not so much in TortoiseSVN. Just my $0.02.
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