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RE: Problems with BDB file access

From: Jens Peters <jpeters7677_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-01-22 13:01:39 CET

> I don't run the test suite. But I remember some mails on the
> Subversion dev list about such test failures.
> Also, I've enabled SSPI support again on the TSVN trunk (with
> the 0.25.5 neon version). That way, people in need of SSPI
> can at least use a nightly, while we don't break anything for
> users using the official versions.
> I think Joe will implement some API changes to neon so
> enabling/disabling SSPI support can be done at runtime - but
> it will also need changes in Subversion to make this work. So
> I hope all this will be done by the time Subversion 1.4.0 gets out.

Just for your information, if you change the server setup from sspi to basic
(mod_auth_dbm in my case, so I could see if bdb-in-apr-util works) then the
testsuite runs fine. I thought first that putting my domainname in front of
the username was neon related, but it is done by mod_auth_sspi. By the way,
you asked me how I could ever connect to a repostitory with OfferBasic
disabled. That was because of the sspi support in neon in the nightly TSVN
and my SVN client, so there was no need for BASIC. When sspi support in neon
is disabled I have to offer BASIC, otherwise its really impossible to
connect :)

So finally I'm nearly pleased with my build. Just one issue is left. May be
you have an idea were I could start looking?

When I change my regional setttings to german I can't see any special
Geben Sie 'svn help' f?r weitere Hilfe ein.
First I thought I forgot to set APR_ICONV_PATH, but that's not the case
(then you see '\123' instead of a '?'). Instantly I linked my client against
the svn-win32-libint binaries from the subversion website and tried the mo
files from the official build, but no difference. I even tried to copy my
svn.exe into the TSVN bin directory so that your dll's and so's were used (I
checked it with Dependency Walker) but the output is still the same.

Did you tried the localized output with an VS2005 client? My svn 1.2.3
client, build with VS 2003, shows nice german letters.

Greetings (and many thanks for your time and patience),

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