On Sat, 2005-07-23 at 12:21 +0200, Dirk Behme wrote:
> In the past, for bk I used
> $ export http_proxy=http://user:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:8080/
> which worked. But no luck with cogito/git.
> Looking into recent cogito/git, the reason for this seems to be that
> cogito/git uses a combination of wget in scripts and curl in compiled
> executables. Having a look to cg-pull script, this script uses wget.
> Then, it calls git-http-pull if it thinks that http should be used.
> Looking at http-pull.c shows that there curl is used for http access. If
> I understand it correctly from man pages, wget understands user:password
> syntax of http_proxy environment, but curl doesn't. As I understand it
> curl understands only 'someproxy.some.where:8080' and wants the user and
> password given as parameter of curl_easy_setopt. The curl_easy_setopt
> man page tells something about CURLOPT_PROXYUSERPWD parameter.
For git itself everything is curl only now as far as I know. That's new
as of hours after you sent this.
Git turns on .netrc for doing 401 http auth. I wonder if curl will
consult .netrc for 407 proxy credentials as well?
Somebody would have to read code and/or try it.
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