Release IdP Kerberos Login Handler 1.0
halm.reusser at switch.ch
Mon Sep 12 21:25:01 BST 2011
the wiki page cleary said in a warning box (till September 1st):
*Work in progress*
This documentation is still work in progress. The Kerberos Login Handler
is not yet released.
You might want to watch this page for news. 
We are glad that you tested the pre-release versions and that it works
for you. Thank you for the feedback.
If you have suggestions or improvements according the
documentation/build/distribution of the Kerberos Login Handler, feel
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On 12.09.11 21:22, Douglas E. Engert wrote:
> On 9/12/2011 1:13 PM, Halm Reusser wrote:
>> On 12.09.11 17:29, Douglas E. Engert wrote:
>>> I understand, but the previous page had a pre-built jar file
>>> listed as version 1.0 from May: kerberos-login-handler-1.0.jar
>>> 209449 bytes, MD5=e23b65edcbc6542fdbf34d4aa8bbde90 That is the
>>> file I am using.
>> Although the filename states V 1.0, probably it isn't the version
>> of the V 1.0 release (if I take a look at the commit history). Till
>> the official announce of 1.0 (this thread) there wasn't an official
> Well I got the jar file from one of your earlier web pages, some time
> between 5/17/11 and 6/09/11 and it was named
> kerberos-login-handler-1.0.jar, so the assumption is that it was the
> 1.0 to be released.
> The jar file had the examples. The jar plus the web pages was enough
> to get it working. Previous I had the 0.6 version working with
> The doc/RELEASE.txt does say: Release Notes
> Kerberos Login Handler 1.0 (unreleased)
> - Initial release
> The main differences I can see are whitwspace in examples, and 2
> spelling changes in the examples. As the old jar did not have the
> source, I can't tell what else might have changed.
>>> The question is why don't you also supply the pre-built jar file
>>> as you had in the past?
>> It's not only the jar file. There are also the JSPs, the examples
>> If people have difficulties using subversion and maven, we will
>> think of creating a distribution package (zip file) containing
>> libs, JSPs etc. Is that your issue?
> No, I use SVN and maven with the X509-login-handler, just that you
> had previously release jar files for testing, so having to use svn
> seamed like a step backwards.
> I have now have the svn exported and built and will try later
>> I don't suggest to upload a single jar file to the wiki.
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