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Using WinXP Environment Variables in Servers Config File

From: Wenzel, Norbert <norbert.a.wenzel_at_siemens.com>
Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 10:14:09 +0200

I'm running my own certificate authority and want that CA to be recognized by TortoiseSVN. I edited the ssl-authority-files part of the configuration and added an absolute path, eg. C:\My Folder With Spaces\myCA.crt. Worked fine. So even the folder with spaces works without any quotation marks.
Next I wanted to change the path to a user-specific directory, eg. %APPDATA%/Subversion/certs/myCA.crt. When doing a checkout from a server with a certificate signed by myCA I get an error message, that the configuration file is invalid. (Error: Invalid config: unable to load certificate file '%APPDATA%\Subversion\myCA.crt') I tried forward and backward slashes, removing slashes after the % and quotation marks.
Is there any possibility to use a windows environment variable in that path?
Received on 2008-05-29 10:27:20 CEST

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