Ignoring a proxy with bzr on Windows

Alexander Belchenko bialix at ukr.net
Wed Feb 18 11:02:32 GMT 2009

Lionel Dricot пишет:
> Currently, I've found the workaround of setting the http_proxy value to 
> the adresse of my bzr repository.
> The only thing I need to figure out is how can I export this http_proxy 
> value when bzr start ?  There's a start_bzr.bat file which seems to be 
> really convenient but it is not used by Tortoisebzr.
> So where can I put that variable ?

In theory you can put it in a simple plugin, e.g.:

import os
os.environ['HTTP_PROXY'] = 'xxx'

Put your settings instead of xxx.
I don't have problems with proxies, so I can't test it.

> On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 11:12 AM, Adrian Wilkins 
> <adrian.wilkins at gmail.com <mailto:adrian.wilkins at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     I also find this rather irksome.
>     The issue is that the common Python libraries will read the proxy config
>     of IE, but does not run PAC scripts (which are typically JScript).
>     If IE is configured statically, I believe that works properly.
>     Python will also respect the HTTP_PROXY environment variable, which
>     takes precedence over the IE config, but I've not found a way to make it
>     say "NO proxy" (using either urllib2 or pycurl).
>     Maybe this :
>     http://code.google.com/p/pacparser/wiki/PacFilesInPythonWebclients
>     Would be some help... I'd really like to see something like this in the
>     main Python library (batteries included, remember?) since this is such a
>     common scenario. I can't believe that all Python developers are lone
>     wolves operating outside of a corporate firewall.
>     So I don't think this is ultimately a Bazaar issue ; but Bazaar will
>     have to cope with it until it improves.

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