Note that certificates are accepted on a per user basis.
It's also possible to export a self-signed certificate from Visual SVN Server and save this certificate in the trusted certificates list on all client computers.
This should cause svn2git to either quit, or print a reassuring message about how it's forging ahead.
$ git svn fetch This prints the same message I mentioned before, with a security certificate fingerprint and all, and then an additional line that svn2git doesn't show: "(R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently?
The main idea of HTTPS is to create a secure channel over an insecure network.
In order to obtain and install signed certificate from a trusted Certificate Authority, you are requested to: If you are going to obtain certificate from a third-party Certificate Authority, you are requested to complete an appropriate form on the authority's web-site. In this case you're requested to manually accept the certificate based on its fingerprint.
Entering "t" at this point in svn2git doesn't help either, so it seems that svn2git isn't relaying the input back to git-svn either.
-----Original Message----- From: Kevin Menard [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Monday, February 06, 2012 PM To: Stuart, Daniel Subject: Re: [svn2git] Hangs on "Error validating server certificate" (#51) Can you check what git-svn does here?
This message is only printed if I run with the -v flag; without, I get nothing.
In either case, svn2git sits doing nothing (as far as I can tell) and not giving me any feedback.