Re: cvsimport using proxy?

From: Matthias Urlichs <smurf@smurf.noris.de>
Date: 2005-10-05 22:50:55
Hi,

Martin Langhoff:
> For the second stage, we'll need to hack CVSConn::conn() method around
> line 118. As I have never used the proxy option, I did a bit of
> googling. It seems that cvs 1.12.11 knows how to tunnel its protocol
> over an HTTP proxy.
> 
HTTP proxies are quite simple, you say 

   1. Connect to Proxy Server.
   2. Issue CONNECT Host:Port HTTP/1.1<CR><LF>.
   3. Issue <CR><LF>.
   4. Wait for a line of response.
      If it contains HTTP/1.X 200 , the connection is successful.
   5. Read further lines of response until you receive an empty line.
   6. Now, you are connected to outside world through a proxy.
      Do any data exchange you want.

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