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[PATCH] use MacOSX network location web proxy settings

From: Martin Hauner <Martin.Hauner_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-08-01 18:10:14 CEST


using my Mac mostly from two locations with one having no proxy and the
other having a proxy i always have to edit subversions proxy settings
after changing location to access a repository. Of course, I always see
at first a subversion error before I do remember to edit the servers
file. ;)

Since MacOSX has network location specific proxy settings i though it
wouldn't be a bad idea if subversion would use them.

So I wrote a patch that reads the proxy information from the system if
'http-system-proxy' is set in the global section of the servers config

The patch works but has a few (small) issues:

- I have no idea how to read proxy username/password from the MacOSX
  settings. I didn't find any documention how to do this.

- To keep the patch simple on the first run and to avoid splitting up
  the existing code blocks that read the configuration sections the
  MacOSX specific code also reads the timeout/compression/neon_debug
  options from the global section.

- I simply added the required framework to LIBS in configure.in. I
  guess that is not the preferred solution.

The log message is part of the attached patch.

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