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Re: client certificate request cancel: only once

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 08:29:00 +0200

cri10000 wrote:
> OK, let's try it your way. I'll set the ground rules:
> Now, none of this is fantasy: it works fine with a web browser. Only
> TortoiseSVN complains there is no certificate when accessing /
> repo2....
> Would anyone like to show me the proper way to do it with TSVN?
> (without the dialog constantly popping up?)
> If you think of it, it's no surprise that all browser/mail
> applications dealing with client certificates have a dialog (or a
> config file) where users can manage these things (add, delete, etc.).
> It's specifically so that when a certificate is requested, the
> application knows that if the user didn't give one previously, then
> there is none to supply, and it can just tell the server so...

It's currently not possible to configure a Subversion client like that.

> Bottom line, both of you guys got on a witch hunt with the vhosts. If
> you take them out, the problem doesn't change. TSVN is complaining
> when it shouldn't.

We're not on a witch hunt at all. The only thing we did was suggesting
that you try a different configuration. If you expect us to first test
our suggestions ourselves, you're simply expecting too much. It
shouldn't be too much work for you to try a different configuration, but
we would have to first set up a test environment.

> (...and as a side note, I find Stefan's snappy comebacks to be way,
> WAY out of line. His reply: "if all repos on vhost1 don't require a
> client certificate, then don't make apache ask for one!" Go back and
> read Green's post, the links are above. You'll see you simply cannot
> do that! User groups are no place for personal attacks, but I think
> I'm entitled to this one: I believe I've done my homework... please,
> do yours...)

Way out of line? I guess you haven't been on this list very long...
That was not a snappy comment of mine - well maybe a little. But did you
really expect a nice warm feeling comment from me after you basically
called TSVN bad names? You ranted a lot about how TSVN could not have a
feature 'all other tools' have had for years.

So, I'm telling you this now again (I did before, if you read my answer
again): this kind of feature would have to be implemented in the
Subversion library, not TSVN. So you have to ask for this on the
Subversion mailing list.


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Received on 2008-07-30 08:29:24 CEST

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