It's currently not possible to add a repository url using a self signed ssl certificate.
Yes, this is a known limitation that we're working to solve.
In the meantime, if you send me the URL of the source code repository you are trying to import, I can manually accept the certificate on our server farm and then we'll be able to grab it.
I was trying to add https://emu.freenetproject.org/svn/trunk to the Freenet Project (id 123)
I've set up the certificate on our farm, and the source code histories are being downloaded right now. Let me know if you have any more troubles!
Same problem here https://noc.postnuke.com/svn/pnphpbb2/trunk to project PNphpBB2. Please fix! Greetings, Chris
And another one here https://noc.postnuke.com/svn/postnuke/trunk to project Postnuke. Actually https://noc.postnuke.com/svn/ is the home of many different Postnuke projects and should be included in general. Please fix! Greetings, Chris
slam, I've set up the certificates for https://noc.postnuke.com on our farm. You should be able to add the repositories now. (I would add them myself, but I don't know the username/password). Let me know if it doesn't seem to be working.
Robin, thanks - but it still does not work. Just in case you need that I have created a username/password for you at https://noc.postnuke.com (ohlohnet/ohlohnet). However, it still does not crawl the SVN. Please have a look at it. Greetings, Chris
Hmm, very mysterious. I was successfully able to add the repositories to both PostNuke and PNphpBB2 using the 'ohlohnet' username and password. The jobs are now waiting in the queue. I'll keep an eye on them.
Interesting. Your crawler is quite snappy on smaller repositories, but on the bigger ones .....
Step 1 of 3: Downloading source code history (62%)
Since 10 hours? Did I tell you that I plan to add another 20-30 repos for postnuke only? not talking about several other projects where I spread my dirtly code. ;-) Greetings, Chris
Same problem here:
Both repositories belong to the project Wifidog.
I added wifidog's certificate on our boxes. Let me know if you run into any problems.
thanks for your fast reply.
Unfortunately I ran into another problem, as I receive the following error:
The server did not respond to a 'svn info' command. Is the URL correct?
Could you tell me, what the problem is?
Any news? :)
Could you also please add the certificate of https://svn.openwrt.org/openwrt/trunk/ ...
Sorry Max - will look into it right now.
bleh...this is trickier than it needs to be. Sorry about the false starts.
Looks like i forgot to unlock the webserver's auth so that was why it was barfing while validating the repository.
I have tried, again, to unlock both dev.wifidog.org & svn.openwrt.org.
Sorry for the trouble, i have higher hopes of it working this time.
Thanks, now it worked :) ...
one more svn can't be imported: https://svn.shadanakar.org/onPHP/trunk/
https://svn.shadanakar.org/onPHP/trunk/ has been added.
thank you, jason.
Hi, I am trying to add: https://core.fluendo.com/pigment/svn/trunk/ https://core.fluendo.com/elisa/svn/trunk/
to the Elisa project, but it fails, probably due to the certificate issue mentioned here. Could you please add them manually?
I accepted the certificate on our server farm and added the repositories. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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