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  2. JENKINS-17448

System setting http.nonProxyHosts not handled properly

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      The system parameter http.nonProxyHosts managed by uberSVN is not resolved correctly by the Jenkins subversion plugin.

      For instance the setting: .intranet|localhost|127.0.0.1 only works for localhost and 127.0.0.1, no proxy bypass is done for servers in the intranet belonging to the domain .intranet.

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          pim Pim Do added a comment -

          Ok, I'm still waiting on a solution on non proxy hosts.
          Currently all checkouts fail because Jenkins or the Subversion plugin do not use the nonProxyHosts configured in tomcat (JAVA_OPTS) nor the system (openSuSe: NO_PROXY).

          Pretty pretty please!!!!!

          pim Pim Do added a comment - Ok, I'm still waiting on a solution on non proxy hosts. Currently all checkouts fail because Jenkins or the Subversion plugin do not use the nonProxyHosts configured in tomcat (JAVA_OPTS) nor the system (openSuSe: NO_PROXY). Pretty pretty please!!!!!
          mrebasti Marcelo Rebasti added a comment - - edited

          @Pim Do, the subversion plugin relies in svnkit for manage all the svn commands. According to the library documentation, svnkit uses the standard proxy configuration for svn clients.

          For the use case that you describe, you have to configure the http-proxy-exceptions property inside the "servers" file.

          In these pages there are more info about the topic and the location of servers file.

          http://svnkit.com/kb/user-guide-config-settings.html
          http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch07.html#svn-ch-7-sect-1.3.1

          Best regards.

          Marcelo Rebasti

          mrebasti Marcelo Rebasti added a comment - - edited @Pim Do, the subversion plugin relies in svnkit for manage all the svn commands. According to the library documentation, svnkit uses the standard proxy configuration for svn clients. For the use case that you describe, you have to configure the http-proxy-exceptions property inside the "servers" file. In these pages there are more info about the topic and the location of servers file. http://svnkit.com/kb/user-guide-config-settings.html http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch07.html#svn-ch-7-sect-1.3.1 Best regards. Marcelo Rebasti

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