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Re: Cant accept HTTPS certificate under windows

From: Chris Jensen <cjensen_at_edex.com.au>
Date: 2004-05-10 05:11:21 CEST

> I don't know about Gentoo, but I built the Windows binary you're using,
> and I've not changed my setup since 1.0.0.

I don't think it's something thats changed in the build, but rather in
the design, as I'm seeing the same behaviour on the linux client (I
haven't actually tried pre 1.0.2 versions on Windows)

>> Can anyone tell me whats changed in 1.0.2 that's causing me not to be
>> presented with this option?
>> When mucking around with user profiles I did get it once, ironically
>> it appeared when there was a problem with the profile, so nothing was
>> getting saved, including the permanently accept decision.
> Can you post a transcript of what you're doing?

With a new install of subversion, I will type
svn co --username cjensen --no-auth-cache

subversion.edex.com.au is using a self signed certificate (with a common
name of subversion.edex.com.au)

Under 1.0.1 on linux, I was asked if I wanted to temporarily or
permanently trust the server, or abort.
Under 1.0.2 on linux and windows, I was only offered the choice to
temporarily trust the server or abort.

Later, I was mucking around with user profiles (on Windows), and I tried
an "svn status -u", when I ran the command, the user had no profile, and
the profile was not writable, so presumably svn would not have been able
to find or create a subversion directory, and in this case it did offer
me the choice to permanantly trust the server (which is faily moot since
it couldn't actually save this trust anywhere.)

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