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Re: CVS & SSL
Derek R. Price
Re: CVS & SSL
Fri, 01 Jun 2001 13:59:20 -0400
"Greg A. Woods" wrote:
> > Well, yeah. I think this discussion started about the generic socket
> > provider hook I provided, initially with the idea that it would be useful
> > with an SSL provider. This leaves CVS room to use authenticating and
> > non-authenticating channel providers now - a non-authenticating provider
> > (one which doesn't have/provide a useful user ID on the server) will use the
> > old authentication server, at the least for logging purposes. If the
> > administrator desires something more secure, she can work that out for
> > herself - the hooks are there.
> So build your little "provider" as an external program that CVS can call
> and there'll be no problem! (well, at least not within CVS! :-)
That's exactly what I did. I'm sorry, I thought that was clear.
Derek Price CVS Solutions Architect ( http://CVSHome.org )
mailto:address@hidden CollabNet ( http://collab.net )
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We have servants and machines
in order that our will may be carried out
beyond the reach of our own arms.
Machines are more powerful than servants
and more obedient and less rebellious,
but machines have no judgement
and will not remonstrate with us
when our will is foolish,
and will not disobey us
when our will is evil.
In times and places where people despise the gods,
those most in need of servants have machines,
or choose servants who will behave like machines.
I believe this will continue
until the gods stop laughing."
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