On 8/27/04 12:21 PM Pacific Time, Clay Loveless (email@example.com) wrote:
> On 8/27/04 12:13 PM Pacific Time, Brian W. Fitzpatrick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
>> On Aug 27, 2004, at 1:40 PM, Clay Loveless wrote:
>>> % strings /usr/local/bin/svn | grep -i neon
>>> neon 0.24.7: Library build, libxml 2.6.7, zlib 1.1.4, OpenSSL 0.9.7d
>>> 17 Mar
>> OK. And your server is using the same neon version? If so, I'm out of
>> ideas. Anyone else?
> Well, I have two separate scenarios where I've tried to get around the
> secure connection truncated errors.
> I have tried to make changes that caused the errors while logged into the
> server -- in that case, both client and server were built at the same time,
> using the same neon version.
> Connecting from my local machine, I'm using a pre-packaged SVN for OS X ...
> otool gives me:
> % otool -L /usr/local/bin/svn | grep -i neon
> /usr/local/lib/libneon.24.dylib (compatibility version 25.0.0,
> current version 25.7.0)
> ... On that installation.
> I experience the "secure connection truncated" error across the board,
> regardless of where I attempt the svn copy.
> It may be worth mentioning that I *first* attempted it from my local
> machine. Don't know if that would make any difference or not...
> Thanks, Brian. : )
Here's an update on this issue:
I did a complete removal of all neon and Subversion header and library files
and re-built Subversion-1.1.0-RC2 from scratch.
There was no change in the problem I'm experiencing. I cannot execute svn
copy or svn delete commands successfully due to "Secure connection
I then tried Subversion-1.1.0-RC1, but had the known build problems on OS X
with that version. I then tried Subversion-1.0.6, which had the same "secure
connection truncated" errors.
With each of these attempts, I cleaned out the entire previous installation
(headers, libraries and fresh source build directories).
I have now moved back to Subversion-1.0.5, with http-compression = no in the
[global] config. That allows me to perform svn copy and svn delete with no
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