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Re: [PATCH] Re: certificate problems and 403 Forbidden for svn 0.25.0

From: David Waite <mass_at_akuma.org>
Date: 2003-07-21 21:45:18 CEST

I was going to suggest just having ssl-authorities-file = default, but
this works too :-)

-David Waite

> I did add a new boolean config option at first
> (ssl-system-authorities), but I decided that I did not like it because
> I figured that the default value would need to change depending on
> whether ssl-authorities-file was used or not.
> How about the following solution? It will load the system CAs if
> ssl-authorities-file is not used, but not if ssl-authorities-file is
> used. You can get around that by prefixing the filename with a plus
> (+). I think that covers all cases. If you want to disable all CAs,
> you can point ssl-authorities-file to an empty file.
> Example 1:
> # Add our own CAs to the default ones
> ssl-authorities-file = +/etc/my-CAs.pem
> Example 2:
> # Only permit our own CAs:
> ssl-authorities-file = /etc/my-CAs.pem

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