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Illegal Padding with SSL

From: <steve.craft_at_sungard.com>
Date: 2007-03-16 21:07:39 CET

Win32+Apache+Svn host. Everyone is on Svn 1.3.2 (and Tortoise 1.3.2 if they
are Win32 users). Every now and then a Win32 developer will Commit a DLL
that cannot be Updated or Checked Out by other Win32 users. The famous "SSL
Illegal Padding" issue. Right now the workaround is to Relocate the
repository to "http://" to get the stuff, then Relocate back to "https://"
before a commit.

I have my guys working again, but what's the real fix to this issue?

I had a related problem a while ago with multimegabyte, CDATA-heavy XML
files. The fix then was to turn off compression in [servers] and make a
setting in [config] to "*.xml =
svn:mime-type=text/plain;svn:eol-style=native". Nothing comparable seems to
work for the (3rd party library) DLLs.

Any $.02 appreciated. Thanks.

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