> On 11 April 2012 06:01, Denys Duchier <denys.duchier@...> wrote:
>> thank you! I shall try tomorrow; but, let's be honest, that's just a
>> sucky solution (if it works at all) ;-) it exposes to all processes
>> information that should preferably remain private.
> You should be able to put this into $http_proxy and then it will be private.
a variable in the environment is precisely NOT private (all processes
can look at their environment). a password in a file is not much more
private, but at least it is tucked away.
I guess I'll redefine bzr to first source a private file with their own
settings for http_proxy.