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TortoiseSVN and MIT Kerberos for Windows

From: Matthew Richardson <M.Richardson_at_ed.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 11:36:58 +0000

I'm currently trying to get TortoiseSVN working with kfw without much success.

I've found this old post:


Which implies that this is a possibility, and have successfully tested the installer
(1.4.5) given there with success using MIT Kerberos. I don't have access to Windows
Compiler tools to keep this version in-line with future tortoisesvn releases.

Are there plans for the MIT Kerberos libraries to be shipped with TortoiseSVN as implied
in the post? If so, can I register an interest in this being developed, as currently
there is no way to use Kerberos (Negotiate method) from Windows for subversion.

(Current command-line svn for Windows (1.4.6) also fails to do kerberos auth properly - I
have read other posts that imply that Subversion command-line clients compiled against
neon 0.25 works, but haven't been able to find any more on this...)



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