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Re: Possible bug in win32- 1.4.0 when accessing repository via https

From: D.J. Heap <djheap_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-19 14:35:27 CEST

On 9/19/06, John Szakmeister <john@szakmeister.net> wrote:
> ----- MKrause@atronicsystems.com wrote:
> > When I try to acces a repository with https (like "svn ls https://dfgdfdg.
> > ." ) using a win32-1.4.0 client, it crashes (some windows dialog pops up).
> > This did not happen with the latest 1.3-Version of the client. Using just
> > http works fine. The Server is the latest 1.3-Version (also win32).
> > I could debug this if you want.
> I'm not sure when you grabbed the binaries, but the first run of them were build with Neon 0.26, and I had the same problems. It turned out that something awful was happening in the auth code, and the callback baton was getting clobbered. Which the caused the access violation, that you're probably seeing.
> I believe the new binaries on the site are built against Neon 0.25.5, which works much better. :-)
> -John

The binaries on the site are still built on neon 0.26.1. Can you post
more details of your auth configuration so when I have time I can try
to set it up and debug the problem? I'd rather fix the issue than go
back unless it turns out to be unreasonable to do so.


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