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Re: SASL on Windows

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2008 17:44:34 +0200

Mark Phippard wrote:

>> How did you check the TSVN SASL dlls? I checked my build script, and
>> OpenSSL is linked in (or at least it should be).
> I was using the Dependency Walker tool and did not see it using
> OpenSSL. I am on an old build of TSVN. Probably Alpha2 or Beta1.

Since TSVN links statically to OpenSSL, you won't see anything in the
dependency walker. OpenSSL recommends linking statically for security
reasons, so that's what TSVN does (it also prevents issues (dll hell)
because of virus scanners and firewall that install an incompatible
version of openssl.dll into the system32 directory).

>> Do you have an svnserve configured and open for test access? Would be great
>> if I could use it to test TSVN on it :)
> If I can get it working with the command line, I will try to get
> something available.

That would be great.


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