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Re: [PATCH] SSL layer for svnserve

From: Sigfred Håversen <bsdlist_at_mumak.com>
Date: 2004-10-19 20:40:44 CEST

On Tuesday 19 October 2004 20.17, Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
> --On Tuesday, October 19, 2004 6:49 PM +0200 Sigfred Håversen
> <bsdlist@mumak.com> wrote:
> > Subversion uses the Apache license, while Neon is essensially a LGPL
> > layer on top of OpenSSL. This was a major reason for not using Neon in
> > my patch, as well as not introduce an extra library (Neon, in this
> > case). Besides, using a BIO pair to handle the communication between
> > svnserve/SSL and the network made implementation much easier.
> But, we already depend on Neon for ra_dav support on the client end. So,
> the svnserve SSL layer might only be enabled when neon is found. That
> seems reasonable to me instead of playing games with the copyright
> restrictions Joe has on neon. -- justin

The author of Neon knows very well that the svnserve SSL patch is not based
upon Neon. The entire approach to SSL communication between Subversion/SSL
and network is different. Despite this, the first thing he does is to post to
a mailinglist (and just CC me) over stripping copyright from a trivial
function for interopability with dav code that uses Neon, even though I
credit the Neon library. Then he makes more insuations that he can't back up,
but now he appears to retract some of them.

All in all, I feel quite disgusted.


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