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From Nicholas Pellow <npel...@mac.com>
Subject [PATCH]: Set userinfo on HTTP condition if supplied
Date Fri, 20 Aug 2010 02:18:35 GMT
Hi, (let me try again, without the tar.gz attachment)

Attached is a patch for Ant that will check for any userinfo in the  
URL supplied to the http condition.
If available, then this will be used as the Basic-Auth header when  
making the request.
This allows http requests to be made to services that are protected by  
basic-auth.
e.g. http://username:password@localhost:6060/foo/ready.json


I have tested this manually, however could not see a good reliable way  
to unit test this.
If no userinfo element is suppliued in the URL, then the connection  
behaves the same as before.

Details here: https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=49788

Cheers,
Nick


P.S. The instructions or patch.xml for creating a Patch against ANT  
should probably be updated to mention that .tar.gz patches will not be  
accepted.



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