[svnbook] r5100 committed - trunk/en/book

cmpilato at users.sourceforge.net cmpilato at users.sourceforge.net
Thu Feb 4 08:28:06 CST 2016

Revision: 5100
Author:   cmpilato
Date:     2016-02-04 14:28:06 +0000 (Thu, 04 Feb 2016)
Log Message:
* en/book/ch07-customizing-svn.xml,
* en/book/ch08-embedding-svn.xml
  Remove/update some mentions of Neon (which is no longer used as of
  Subversion 1.8).

Modified Paths:

Modified: trunk/en/book/ch07-customizing-svn.xml
--- trunk/en/book/ch07-customizing-svn.xml	2016-02-04 14:06:43 UTC (rev 5099)
+++ trunk/en/book/ch07-customizing-svn.xml	2016-02-04 14:28:06 UTC (rev 5100)
@@ -859,10 +859,10 @@
                 wait for a server response.  If you experience
                 problems with a slow network connection causing
                 Subversion operations to time out, you should increase
-                the value of this option.  The default value is
-                <literal>0</literal>, which instructs the underlying
-                HTTP library, Neon, to use its default timeout
-                setting.</para>
+                the value of this option.  In Subversion 1.8 (or
+                older versions employing the Serf-based HTTP
+                provider), use the value <literal>0</literal> to
+                disable the timeout altogether.</para>
@@ -923,7 +923,8 @@
                 PKCS#11 provider from which an SSL client certificate
                 will be drawn (if the server asks for one).  This
                 setting is only honored by Subversion's Neon-based
-                HTTP provider module.</para>
+                HTTP provider module, which was removed in Subversion
+                1.8.</para>

Modified: trunk/en/book/ch08-embedding-svn.xml
--- trunk/en/book/ch08-embedding-svn.xml	2016-02-04 14:06:43 UTC (rev 5099)
+++ trunk/en/book/ch08-embedding-svn.xml	2016-02-04 14:28:06 UTC (rev 5100)
@@ -699,8 +699,8 @@
         Subversion uses pools internally for all its memory allocation
         needs (unless an external library requires a different memory
         management mechanism for data passed through its
-        API),<footnote><para>Neon and Berkeley DB are examples of such
-        libraries.</para></footnote> and while a person coding against
+        API),<footnote><para>Berkeley DB is an example of such a
+        library.</para></footnote> and while a person coding against
         the Subversion APIs is not required to do the same,
         she <emphasis>is</emphasis> required to provide pools to the
         API functions that need them.  This means that users of the

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