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Re: svn doesn't honor $http_proxy under Linux

From: Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-07-24 17:55:38 CEST

At 10:53 PM +0900 7/24/03, Vincent Lefevre wrote:
>Then, would it be possible to put environment variables to the config
>files and could the port be optionally declared with the host, so that
>the folllowing would work in the "servers" file?
>http-proxy-exceptions = $no_proxy
>http-proxy-host = $http_proxy

Can you explain what those would do? I'm feeling sorta ignorant
here, but it sounds like somet things I was vaguely thinking about
the "svn+xxx://" scheme. Maybe if I could understand your ide
better, I'd understand my one ;-)

Jack Repenning
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