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Re: SVN and self-signed certs

From: Giovanni Bajo <rasky_at_develer.com>
Date: 2007-01-12 02:54:08 CET

On 09/01/2007 1.08, Eric Crahen wrote:

> I have a question about accessing https based repo's using the Apache
> module.
> My server currently has a self-signed certificate. I'd like to run some
> automated tasks that
> won't be prompted and warned about the certificate. Is there anyway to
> tell the svn client
> ahead of time (something in .subversion perhaps) to go ahead and trust a
> specific certificate?
> I release this kind of defeats the point of certificate based
> authentication. Eventually, things
> would be upgraded to using real signed certificates that could be
> checked with an authority.

In fact, why not having an editable list of trusted authorities instead, so
that you can add yourself to that list...

Giovanni Bajo
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Received on Fri Jan 12 02:54:55 2007

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