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From "Dan Allen (JIRA)" <j...@codehaus.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (CONTINUUM-426) cannot add project using url with authentication (https)
Date Mon, 07 Nov 2005 15:24:06 GMT
cannot add project using url with authentication (https)
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         Key: CONTINUUM-426
         URL: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/CONTINUUM-426
     Project: Continuum
        Type: Bug
  Components: continuum-web  
    Versions: 1.0    
 Environment: continuum 1.0 on linux
    Reporter: Dan Allen


There seems to be no possible way for me to get continuum to accept an svn url in the following
format:

http://[username]:[password]@hostname/repos/svn/project/trunk/pom.xml

I continually get "Invalid url" or "pom.xml cannot be found" errors.

In this case, the pom.xml is a parent with several sub modules.  If I attempt to import a
local pom.xml, I get the error that /tmp/summit-2 cannot be found for each pom.xml in a sub
module.

I have beat my head against a way, trying tricks such as checking out into /tmp/summit-2,
then importing and eventually I can force continuum to find my files doing some commandline
checkouts, but it is WAY to much work for a regular user.

SUGGESTION:  It would be nice to have an editor similar to the one you get when editing a
project's information on the import screen.  It would make life a whole bunch easier just
to be able to enter values for all the relevant fields and then watch continuum attempt a
checkout.

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