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http_init: accept separate URL parameter
The http_init function takes a "struct remote". Part of its initialization procedure is to look at the remote's url and grab some auth-related parameters. However, using the url included in the remote is: - wrong; the remote-curl helper may have a separate, unrelated URL (e.g., from remote.*.pushurl). Looking at the remote's configured url is incorrect. - incomplete; http-fetch doesn't have a remote, so passes NULL. So http_init never gets to see the URL we are actually going to use. - cumbersome; http-push has a similar problem to http-fetch, but actually builds a fake remote just to pass in the URL. Instead, let's just add a separate URL parameter to http_init, and all three callsites can pass in the appropriate information. Signed-off-by: Jeff King <email@example.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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