Git release notes

Sebastian Spaeth Sebastian at
Fri Jan 14 13:45:38 GMT 2011

On Thu, 13 Jan 2011 11:44:45 -0800, Ethan Schoonover <es at> wrote:
> Sebastian, Philipp this may not be useful data, but I receive the "no
> certificate received" error as well if my sslcacertfile value is
> either not set properly or completely unset. So even if sslcacertfile
> is set, if it's not reading the right cacerts, you will get a "no
> certificate received" error, in my tests.

Oh, that *is* useful data. I thought it does not do checks if
"sslcacertfile" is not set at all, but it seems it does. My bad. I will
investigate this case and improve it. (ie make it work)

> I was also caught out by this error on OSX until I created a dummy
> cacert (as per the guidance on the Mercurial CACerts page at
> ) and pointed to
> that. The upside of this technique is that I can use the same dotfile
> on my linux of osx boxes by simply keeping the dummy cert at the same
> location on both.

Oh, interesting. That one would be a case for the user provided
documentation as well :-).

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