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Re: Two windows bugs

From: Mark Parker <mark_at_msdhub.com>
Date: 2005-02-21 17:36:32 CET

Geoffrey A. Washburn wrote:
> $ svn co https://cvs.cis.upenn.edu:3690/svnroot/
> Error validating server certificate:
> - Unknown certificate issuer
> Fingerprint: 6f:ef:24:a6:a9:24:46:fc:ad:0c:ee:74:d1:47:c6:c7:66:02:dc:ef
> Distinguished name: Computer and Information Science Department,
> University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
> (R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently? p
> And that's it until the program is killed. I could perhaps tell you
> more, but coincidentally setting neon-debug-mask doesn't work.

First thing I'd check is that when in bash you're running cygwin's svn
and when in cmd.exe you're running the non-cygwin svn. Mixing win32 and
cygwin often ends in pain.

On a side note, while I love the idea of running bash on windows, cygwin
usually leaves me (note that this is my personal experience) with a bad
taste in my mouth. Now that SFU is free (and again in my personal
experience) and less painful to work with, has anyone ever tried to
compile svn under the Interix subsystem?

> I never said it was. I said that if you want to improve your
> software, you are going to need to work this out with the Neon
> developers, because I cannot claim to be qualified or know anything
> about the interaction between the two, so my talking to them would be
> completely fruitless. This is very clearly a bug *when using Subversion*.
> I've reported it. You can choose to ignore it if you feel that it isn't
> worth fixing.

No, you DID say it was: "If you are using their library to write your
software, I would say that it is your responisiblity to work this
problem out with them, not me."

What Brane is saying is that he's verified that svn is using neon
correctly, as far as he can verify. That's as far as he can (or is
willing to) go.


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