On Thu, 3 Sep 2015 09:24:40 -0700 (PDT)
Bideep Bezbaruah <bbid...@googlemail.com> wrote:

> I have a use case to push files to git using command like:
> git push https://<username>:<password>github.company.com/abcd/devrepo 
> > master:master
> But, if the password contains special characters like ‘@’ and ‘$’, I
> am converting it to hex code like ‘%40’ and %24.
> So, the URL looks like
> https://23784:abcd%40%241...@github.company.com/abcd/devrepo
> I was thinking it should work since I am encoding the special
> character, but it throws 403 error everytime. This works fine for
> password without special characters where we don’t need to encode any
> characters.

Before we'll try to do something about this...

Your approach stinks security-wise.  Are you sure you really do have no
technical possibility to use ~/.netrc or a custom Git credential helper
to make this work without encoding credentials into URLs?

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