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Re: Status of serf support

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 19:57:08 +0100

On 22.12.2009 15:29, Fredrik Orderud wrote:
> I've tried to activate serf manually by adding a "http-library = serf" key
> in the registry (screenshot attached), killing the TortoiseProc and
> TSVNCache process, and then updating a view. This seems to work perfectly
> OK, but I doubt if serf is actually used. The problem is that updating a
> view works OK without any error messages on my computer, regardless of what
> I write as http-library value in the registry. My machine is equipped with
> 64bit TortoiseSVN 1.6.6.
> What is the status of serf support in TortoiseSVN?

Serf is fully integrated, you just have to configure it correctly:
check if you already have the "http-library" value set in the svn
servers file (settings dialog, network, "edit" button). If it is in
there, that one takes precedence over the registry settings.


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