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Re: SASL on Windows

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2008 17:39:04 +0200

Mark Phippard wrote:

> I did not have any problem loading the DLL's. We used the registry
> setting for that. Granted, I understand your point. If TortoiseSVN
> did the same, then there would be a problem.

Since there are more svn clients (and other clients using SASL) out
there than just svn.exe and TSVN, there *will* be problems.

> The path to the database used by the SASLDB plugin is different. It
> assumes a default path for this database on Linux. AFAICT, it does
> not do the same on Windows so you have to set the path in the svn.conf
> file.
> I was wondering if DIGEST-MD5 was not working because it is not linked
> to OpenSSL? I noticed that the DLL you created was not either, but
> the SVN docs, imply this plugin supports encryption, and I recall the
> SASL docs saying it uses OpenSSL. So I wonder if the problem is that
> we do not have this DLL built using OpenSSL?

How did you check the TSVN SASL dlls? I checked my build script, and
OpenSSL is linked in (or at least it should be).

Do you have an svnserve configured and open for test access? Would be
great if I could use it to test TSVN on it :)


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