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[jgit-dev] Fwd: Protocol Understanding


I'm the author of beanstalker (the less famous one -, a Maven Plugin for Publishing into AWS' Elastic Beanstalk.

Beyond S3, Elastic Beanstalk also allows users to publish to it via Git, using a proprietary extension (not documented in the AWS Docs). By looking at some sources, basically, it seems AWS Exposes a Custom Endpoint for publishing

Using the canonical git, it works, but when using jgit, it throws an exception due to a wrong content type. Other than that, it actually works (as a new application version is thrown)

I attached some wire logs from Java into this URL:

Now the real questions:

a. Are those content-types mandatory? 
b. Are there any circunventing options?

(btw, the culprit is at - Don't comment my Porcelain API Skills - I know its awful, to saw the least - But this is worth another couple of emails)

Thank you

-- Aldrin Leal, <aldrin@xxxxxxxxxxx> /

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