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SVN and htp/https cookies?

From: Stephen Willey <willey_at_cac.washington.edu>
Date: 2005-02-15 23:06:58 CET

To save me from doing the test myself does anyone know if the svn unix
client will handle http/https cookies in a browser-ish way? In other words
can I give the initial https response a cookie and hav it returned with the
subsequent requests from the instance of the client?

Do to the stateless nature of http/https and the latency in network based
authentication mechanisms it is necessary to hav authentication state cached
somewhere. Tying cached state to user sessions is commonly done with

I hope this isn't answered in a FAQ, although I wouldn't be surprised if it


Stephen S. Willey email: willey@washington.edu
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