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authorEric Williams2018-05-23 14:51:43 +0000
committerAlexander Kurtakov2018-06-06 12:25:03 +0000
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Use GSettings instead of GConf2 to fetch proxy settings from GNOME. Instead it now uses the following GSettings schemas for proxies: org.gnome.system.proxy org.gnome.system.proxy.http org.gnome.system.proxy.https org.gnome.system.proxy.socks org.gnome.system.proxy.ftp You can get/set values for the keys in each of these schemas by running gsettings [get/set] schema key value. For example, to set the SOCKS proxy host, run: gsettings set org.gnome.system.proxy.socks host <value> To test in Eclipse, import the org.eclipse.core.net and org.eclipse.core.net.linux.x86_64 projects into your workspace. Launch a child Eclipse that depends on these two workspace plugins, and make sure the child Eclipse launches with the argument: -Dorg.eclipse.core.net.enableGnome as this enables the GNOME proxy functionality. In the child Eclipse, go to Window -> Preferences -> General -> Network connections. Selecting the "native" combo option will pull in proxy/network settings as set via GNOME. Change-Id: I0f620275aa15205245ae4156d9ed63ebf20c3568 Signed-off-by: Eric Williams <ericwill@redhat.com>
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