Not really sure what the problem here is, but Jenkins can basically clone 
from Gitblit the same way any other Git client can.

The Jenkins Git plugin supports cloning over https. You just need to 
configure it with a working url, username and password.

On Friday, April 12, 2013 12:20:15 PM UTC+2, guillaume pfeiffer wrote:
> I took a little time to get interested in what and how to use gitblit. 
> This seems an interesting repository manager for Git but i will have a 
> problem to use it. On the development platform we use Jenkins as a 
> continuous integration server. To communicate with this server i will enter 
> the https adress of repository and it will used basic command of git to 
> pull from repository and check midification. 
> I don't think that feature is possible with Gitblit which provides a 
> interface more for users than machine. 
> Le mardi 9 avril 2013 16:39:30 UTC+2, guillaume pfeiffer a écrit :
>> Hi everybody, 
>> I try to configure GIT for sharing sources on a collaborative development 
>> platform. 
>> For this plateform I must use https protocole for transfert. I find the 
>> solution to use the git-http-backend and a apache server for this feature. 
>> I also have a certificate for my virtual machine which host repositories.
>> I managed to configure the proxy for this but i have a problem with the 
>> SSL certificat when i try to clone my repository :
>> error: SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK. Details:
>> error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate 
>> verify failed while accessing 
>> I tried to configure the sslcainfo to configure the path of my certificat 
>> on the host and on the virtual machine where i try to clone. 
>> Is that the git-http-backend can work with https? And have you an idea on 
>> the configuration needed to clone a repository with https? 
>> Thanks for all

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