Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of ProxyInfo


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Mar 6, 2020 5:23:30 PM (20 months ago)
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toby
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    1010proxyout.securesite.org or an IP address, such as 10.2.5.10). The second prompt is for the port number which is typically a two or four digit integer (above 7070). If GSAS-II is installed, this information can also be entered using the File/"Edit Proxy..." menu command.
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    12 If you have an even more complex network, you may be required to supply even more information, such as an account or password. This can be done by editing the file named `proxyout.txt` in the main GSAS-II directory that is created when a proxy is entered. In that file additional options to be added to the svn command can be added. Below shows what this file looks like with addition of a proxy account (ABCD) and password (xyz123). Note that this information is being stored in a plain-text file so the security for this information is not high if anyone will have access to your computer.
     12==== Proxy !Username/Password, etc. ====
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     14If you have an even more secure network, you may be required to supply even more information, such as an account or password. This can be done by editing the file named `proxyout.txt` in the main GSAS-II directory that is created when a proxy is entered. In that file additional options to be added to the svn command can be added. Below shows what this file looks like with addition of a proxy account (ABCD) and password (xyz123). Note that this information is being stored in a plain-text file so the security for this information is not high if anyone will have access to your computer.
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    2123servers:global:http-proxy-password=xyz123
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     27Note that at present (March 2020, GSAS-II version [4346]), this additional information is processed in GSAS-II, but is not accessed by the bootstrap.py file.