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Can't parse https - sslVerify #156

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manituu opened this Issue Jan 7, 2013 · 1 comment

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manituu commented Jan 7, 2013

Hi all,

I entered a URL which looks like: "https://git.my_git_hoster.com/"

git-cola told me, that it can't parse it.

By git itself (commandline) i found out, that it couldn't verify the ssl certificate.

Shouldn't that be an own error?

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Hmm I wonder how early we rejected that URL?

Does the repo have a basename, e.g. is it the "repo" located at `https://git.example.com/repo" ?

We may have rejected it because the URL didn't have a basename from which we can guess a destination directory. I'll have to dig in and see what it's doing.

In general, yes, if there's an error then it should be reported to the user. Is there a git URL I can use to reproduce the problem?

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davvid commented Jan 7, 2013

Hmm I wonder how early we rejected that URL?

Does the repo have a basename, e.g. is it the "repo" located at `https://git.example.com/repo" ?

We may have rejected it because the URL didn't have a basename from which we can guess a destination directory. I'll have to dig in and see what it's doing.

In general, yes, if there's an error then it should be reported to the user. Is there a git URL I can use to reproduce the problem?

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