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RE: svn client & smartcard certificates

From: Van Deman, Quint CTR US USJFCOM J7 <quint.vandeman_at_att.jfcom.mil>
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 10:43:20 -0400

Spot on, that was my dumb mistake...

Everything is working perfectly...both co & commits!

See attached...

I will roll up a RHEL5 rpm to see if we can get this into a good useable
for for the average user.

2 follow on questions:
- When svn 1.5 is officially released, will these deps be up to an
appropriate level for all of this to work, or are we still ahead of the
curve?
- Thoughts on a windows build? How is svn built for windows, cygwin?

As for the certificate acceptance, I have the DoD CA public cert in both
PEM & DER format, just need to know where to drop it so neon will see
it...

Thanks again, great, great work!

- Quint

-----Original Message-----
From: Joe Orton [mailto:jorton_at_redhat.com]
Sent: Friday, April 18, 2008 10:26 AM
To: Van Deman, Quint CTR US USJFCOM J7
Cc: Calahan, Joshua A CTR USAF AFMC AEDC/ATA; Smith, Barbara CTR US
USJFCOM J7; users_at_subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: svn client & smartcard certificates

On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 10:17:48AM -0400, Van Deman, Quint CTR US
USJFCOM J7 wrote:
> Joe--
>
> That patch works great for checkouts,

Excellent!

I noticed you had to manually verify the server cert. Are the set of
trusted CA roots from the DoD PKI shipped on the CAC cards? I have
wondered about having neon/SVN automatically trust any certs marked as
trusted on the token.

> but commits give the following: svn:
> 'https://jtsd-svn.att.jfcom.mil/repos/JATTL/testproject' is a URL, but

> URLs cannot be commit targets
...
> [jattl_at_jtsd-svn testproject1]$ svn commit -m "CAC test"
> https://jtsd-svn.att.jfcom.mil/repos/JATTL/testproject testproject1

> svn: 'https://jtsd-svn.att.jfcom.mil/repos/JATTL/testproject' is a
URL, but URLs cannot be commit targets

You don't need to specify the URL when committing; the repository
location is stored in the working copy metadata. Just run:

 $ svn commit -m "CAC test"

Regards,

joe

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