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Tortoise with NTLM Authentification and Subversion

From: Karsten Gresch <tortoisesvn_at_gresch.de>
Date: 2006-08-01 13:17:20 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Exactly. You can read about it in our (currently not linked from the
> main page since 1.4.0 hasn't been released yet) release notes for the
> upcoming 1.4.0 version:
> http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/tsvn_1.4_releasenotes.html
> (see "compatibility concerns" at the bottom of the page).
Thanks a lot, seems I was just a little bit too greedy...
> Just out of curiosity: what would you pay for someone to compile it
> for you? I'm asking because I was thinking of offering such a service
> to companies (custom installers with e.g. preset configurations,
> different default values, special 'fixes' like yours now, ...)
>
> Stefan
Good question, Stefan, perhaps 5 to 10 EUR?

Of course, one could save time with such a service, but I had to pay
this money privately: The effort to get the money from my employer for
such a "compilation fee" would be as high as to compile it on my own.

As described, time is a rare good when I'm at work. So the conclusion
would be to compile Tortoise at home or to pay for your service...

Now I decided for the first, but next time, who knows?

Cheers,

Karsten

B.t.w. - I had to manually copy intl3_svn.dll, libapr.dll,
libapriconv.dll, libaprutil.dll to
[SourceFolder]\TortoiseSVN\bin\release\bin to be able to run 'nant
VersionInfo', but maybe I've just forgotten to adjust a path or so -
finally it worked :-)

 

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