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From "Jesse McConnell (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Updated: (CONTINUUM-258) https:// doesn't seem to be a supported mechanism for referencing a pom
Date Mon, 22 Aug 2005 21:55:03 GMT
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Jesse McConnell updated CONTINUUM-258:

    Attachment: secure-url-validation.patch

this is an attempt at a patch for this issue on the plexis UrlSourceValidator

I couldn't locate the mechanism that plexus would use for a cleaner way of obtaining url,
username and password from the https:// url string so I added a couple of scrapeX methods
to the bottom.

it builds in plexus-formica just fine...I haven't tried it yet with my continuum build but
I built it from the commandline testing version I was playing with to get the things right
should it should be good to go.

I looked into adding to the test class for it but I don't know the policy for locating a https://
box for general testing of it.

just grab me on irc or email if you have questions or want me to revisit parts of it.  it
did dirty up a pretty simple class to get it worked around.

> https:// doesn't seem to be a supported mechanism for referencing a pom
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: CONTINUUM-258
>          URL:
>      Project: Continuum
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: continuum-web
>     Reporter: Jesse McConnell
>      Fix For: 1.0-beta-1
>  Attachments: secure-url-validation.patch
> I have a svn repository setup with https:// certificate and AD LDAP password authentication...
> would be real nice to be able to point to a pom with 
> and have it picked up.
> right now it just grumbles about 
>  Enter the URL to the Maven 2 POM    [ The URL you provided doesn't exist ] (in red even

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