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Re: TortiseSvn and SNI

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2010 16:53:38 +0100

On 28.01.2010 23:37, cdmdotnet Limited wrote:
> My googling skills aren't that great but thus far I haven't been able
> to find out conclusively if TortiseSvn support connecting to SSL
> sites (IE https) that are using SNI.
> I've got the latest version (1.6.7) and I'm getting mixed results on
> which certificate i get back which I'm not sure if its our crappy ISA
> proxy or TortiseSvn
> Any clearification would be great.

Actually, it's the OpenSSL library that does this. And yes, TSVN and all
other svn clients that use OpenSSL support SNI.


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