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Re: HELP: SSL support is not enabled in via configure????

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-03-16 12:10:11 CET

On Mar 15, 2006, at 23:20, Keith and Teri Kwiatek wrote:

> I ran:
> ./configure --prefix=/home/scm/subversion --without-berkeley-db --
> enable-ssl=yes
> BUT notice from the configure output that it says SSL is not
> enabled..... what is with this.... I want SSL enabled in order to
> use SVN+SSH, right?

According to ./configure --help, the option is called "--with-ssl":

   --with-ssl This option does NOT affect the Subversion
                           process in any way. It enables OpenSSL
support in
                           the Neon library. If and only if you are
                           Neon as an integrated part of the
Subversion build
                           process, rather than linking to an already
                           version of Neon, you probably want to pass
                           option so that Neon (and so indirectly,
                           will be capable of https:// access.

And as you see, it only applies to enabling Neon support for https.
It has nothing to do with svn+ssh, which works simply by virtue of
you running an ssh server on the machine. The Subversion server
itself never speaks any SSL protocol in this scenario.

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