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svn and MIT kerberos for Windows

From: Matthew Richardson <M.Richardson_at_ed.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 16:31:23 +0000

I've currently got a Linux svn server running mod_auth_krb doing GSSAPI Negotiate
successfully to linux clients, using the MIT Kerberos libraries.

I've tried the same thing on Windows, but the svn command-line client doesn't seem to
support GSSAPI via MIT Kerberos (I'm not sure if it supports SSPI against Active
directory, but since mod_auth_sspi is a Windows-only Apache module, this probably isn't
relevant here).

Does anyone know if there's a way to integrate MIT Kerberos for Windows and the
command-line SVN client, or is it possible to request this as a feature for the
command-line client? I'm currently also asking for this in TortoiseSVN on which some
development is underway.



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