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Re: [p2-dev] ECF filetransfer contribuiton for m3

Hi pascal,

Yeah, I will open new bug for consumption.  No, the 4.0 provider is not yet integrated and tested.  I will point to that enhancement mon as well.

Thanks

Scott



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Subject: Re: [p2-dev] ECF filetransfer contribuiton for m3
From: Pascal Rapicault <pascal@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: P2 developer discussions <p2-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Hi Scott,

We usually consume ECF by changing the map files to refer to the desired version.
Assuming the version of ECF is a moving target, I suggest that we coordinate which version we should be using by having a bug report where you point us at the proper version. Does that work for you?

Does that change also includes moving to httpclient 4.x with built-in support for NTLM?

Thx

PaScaL

On 2011-09-23, at 11:38 AM, Scott Lewis wrote:

> Hi,
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> In order to reduce time and space costs for filetransfer, ECF has recently added support for httpclient connection reuse
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> https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=297742
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> This change is in great need of regression testing 'in the wild' (i.e. with a variety of proxy environments, other network environs, etc).  We have done all the testing that we have available to us, and I think now would be a good time to get it into m3.  Note that there is a new system prop to disable the connection reuse...in case some major regression arises.
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> Now that p2 is consuming from ECF's repos, how should this contribution/integration proceed?  (as we don't yet have it in an ECF release...since it's been released since our 3.5.2 release in August).
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> Scott
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