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Allow the editor to use a proxy for updates #5455

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sethladd opened this issue Sep 25, 2012 · 19 comments
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Allow the editor to use a proxy for updates #5455

sethladd opened this issue Sep 25, 2012 · 19 comments
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@sethladd sethladd commented Sep 25, 2012

The editor cannot download updates when a proxy is installed onto the user's network. A proxy is common for corporate environments.

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@pq pq commented Sep 25, 2012

Set owner to @pq.
Added this to the M2 milestone.
Removed Area-Pub label.
Added Area-Editor, Accepted labels.

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@pq pq commented Dec 6, 2012

Removed this from the M2 milestone.
Added this to the M3 milestone.

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@DartBot DartBot commented Dec 7, 2012

This comment was originally written by ecopat...@gmail.com


Here's a solution I found, in the Windowsm you can acess the "Environment variables" and add the variable named HTTP_PROXY with the value https://USER:PASSWORD@my.proxy.adress:PORT

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@pq pq commented Dec 7, 2012

Thanks for the follow-up.

Ideally we'll make this a bit easier for the user by surfacing a "network" configuration option (in our configuration file or in preferences).

Stay tuned :)

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@DartBot DartBot commented Dec 11, 2012

This comment was originally written by jmayomart...@gmail.com


The environment variable HTTP_PROXY not works for me; DART Editor returns me: "Unable to get latest revision"

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@DartBot DartBot commented Dec 11, 2012

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@jmayomartin@gmail.com: I can't update it through Editor either, but the HTTP_PROXY let me runs pub install and pub update. When I need to update the editor, I re-download it :/

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@DartBot DartBot commented Dec 14, 2012

This comment was originally written by jaworowski....@gmail.com


Unfortunatelly the HTTP_PROXY does not work for me when running pub install and pub update.
I get following :

Running pub install ...
Pub install failed, [1] Resolving dependencies...
Could not resolve URL "http://pub.dartlang.org".
Other applications which actually use HTTP_PROXY are working fine, so I assume my HTTP_PROXY setting is correct.

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@pq pq commented Feb 1, 2013

Removed this from the M3 milestone.
Added this to the M4 milestone.

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@danrubel danrubel commented Feb 25, 2013

Removed this from the M4 milestone.
Added this to the M5 milestone.

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@clayberg clayberg commented Mar 13, 2013

Issue #8956 has been merged into this issue.

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@DartBot DartBot commented Apr 8, 2013

This comment was originally written by sunil.k...@gmail.com


This is a big issue for working inside of corportate networks. I would prefer it to utilize chrome or system settings.

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@DartBot DartBot commented Apr 11, 2013

This comment was originally written by xhaman...@gmail.com


when will be fixed this?

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@DartBot DartBot commented Apr 17, 2013

This comment was originally written by polido...@gmail.com


I have HTTP_PROXY and it doesn't work for me.

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@DartBot DartBot commented Apr 30, 2013

This comment was originally written by sudh...@gmail.com


http_proxy doesn't work. I tried from Windows (environment variables) as well as command line from cygwin terminal by setting http_prpxy manually and running "pub install".


$ /cygdrive/c/software/dart/dart-sdk/bin/pub.bat install
Resolving dependencies...
Got socket error trying to find package "browser" at https://pub.dartlang.org.
OS Error: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it.
, errno = 10061


In my pubspec.yaml file, I do not have https though.


name: vector_victor
description: A sample web application
dependencies:
  browser: any
dev_dependencies:
  vector_math:
    path: http://pub.dartlang.org


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@DartBot DartBot commented May 23, 2013

This comment was originally written by ri...@gmail.com


I added Java proxy configuration to the editor's INI (DartEditor.ini) file and it works:
-Dhttp.proxyHost=
-Dhttp.proxyPort=

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@DartBot DartBot commented May 23, 2013

This comment was originally written by fcorvais...@gmail.com


I am not able to run the samples included in the dart editor package and I am behind a proxy (with no user/password to set)
just tried to change the config.ini with -Dproxy..., it still does not work.
any other idea ?

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@DartBot DartBot commented May 23, 2013

This comment was originally written by vin.sandeep...@gmail.com


Same with me. Even setting https_proxy or http_proxy environment variables in my windows machine didn't solve the problem when my n/w is behind a proxy.

Any help appreciated.

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@pq pq commented May 28, 2013

Removed this from the M5 milestone.
Added this to the M6 milestone.

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@keertip keertip commented Jun 21, 2013

@bob,

Any thoughts on this?


cc @munificent.

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