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RE: [jgit-dev] now running smart HTTP


I tried out whether we can now push over http. I want to be able to push
to egit/jgit even through our companies proxies/firewalls.

In the first shot I tried to clone a repo using latest build of the egit plugin. I went to File->Import->Git Repository and entered as URI the one from gitweb ( If I don't enter user/password I can clone. If I enter user and password from gerrit->Settings->Identities I cannot clone. I get an
Error message saying:

"Cannot list the available branches. Reason: http://christian.halstrick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/egit.git git-upload-pack not permitted"

Any ideas?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: jgit-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jgit-dev-
> bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Shawn O. Pearce
> Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2010 3:26 AM
> To: jgit-dev; egit-dev
> Subject: [jgit-dev] now running smart HTTP
> is now running the smart HTTP implementation we
> just merged into JGit earlier this week.  Its fully integrated into
> Gerrit Code Review, so you should be able to use it as a replacement
> for the SSH server.
> Project URLs are listed in gitweb, but its basically:
> Authentication for push is HTTP digest using username/password.
> You can generate a password from the identities tab in the web UI:
> This is all pretty early experimental stuff... I'm not running this
> version of Gerrit Code Review anywhere else in production yet.
> But I wanted to start dogfooding the smart HTTP stuff with JGit
> and EGit, and who better to inflict that pain on (if any) than its
> own developers.  :-)
> --
> Shawn.
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