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Re: Cope with IPv6

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 03 Aug 2013 09:27:02 +0200

On 02.08.2013 09:40, Okabayashi, Hirotsugu wrote:
> Dear Stefan,
> I really appreciate that you help us.
> I'm sorry not to make you understand exactly.
> What we really want to know is the TSVN's specification for the authentication.
> When TSVN uses the IPv6, can it communicate with the Authentication server(ldap)?
> The OS responds to the Authentication server(ldap).
> I think TSVN stop when authenticating with IPv6.
> When TSVN uses the IPv4, TSVN can handle the Authentication.(No problem)

The authentication is handled by the svn library and the serf library.
There were some problems in the 1.8.0 version, you should try version 1.8.1.
If it still doesn't work, you have to ask about this on the svn users
mailing list:

> *The released TSVN' behavior is different from the nightly build's one.
> The released TSVN can't completely access to the server.
> The nightly build can authenticate operation(handled by the OS).

Yes. As I said before: the release builds do not have ipv6 compiled in.
Only the nightly builds have ipv6 enabled and compiled in.
That's because many companies still can't handle ipv6 and some of them
have network setups that prevent TSVN from working if ipv6 is enabled.


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