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ssl cert

On 10/14/06, Matthew Gillen <me at> wrote:
> Stephen Adler wrote:
> > Guys,
> >
> > I'm using subversion with https access to the code repository and I
> > changed the hostname. So now when I try to use esvn, it complained that
> > my ssl cert was not issued by the correct host, and refused to connect to
> > the code repository. So I reissued the certificates by doing the
> > following
> >

> > esvn now complians that I have an invalid
> > certificat.

You'll have to do a svn switch.... since the hostname changed, your
local working copy is now 'homeless'.  See
svn help switch
at the command line

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