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Ideal Neon configuration?

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2008 11:05:30 -0400

This is probably a question for Windows builds more than anything, but
it applies everywhere to some degree. Is there an ideal Neon
configuration to use when building? For example, it seems like Neon
is supporting more features with GnuTLS than it does with OpenSSL.
Should we be building Neon using this instead of OpenSSL? What about
things like GSSAPI support? Are there other components that we ought
to be incorporating when we build Neon.

By "we" I am referring to those of us that are building Subversion
binaries. It seems like Neon has grown in features beyond what we
describe in our SVN INSTALL document. So I am just wondering if there
are features and build options that we are not all aware of if we do
not follow Neon separately. Also, does our SVN build process support
building Neon this way. On Windows we build Neon as part of SVN

I know there are users out there want to use things like Kerberos or
Smart Cards etc. I'd like to offer builds that enabled these
features. Of course, these same build would presumably need to still
work with more conventional setups.

Mark Phippard
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