Affects Version/s: None
Fix Version/s: 1.4
Environment:Maven running behind a proxy but "remote-repo" is "inside", therefore no need for proxy.
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Suppose the following setup:
- local network behind a proxy
- one "remote repository" running on a local machine, mirror of ibiblio
- Maven builds get the resources from the above "remote repository", hence no need for proxy settings in the projects. Actually, setting a proxy would only slow things down.
When running "site:generate" linkcheck kicks in, but sees no proxy and fails trying to reach outside links like "http://maven.apache.org/".
If we set a proxy the general build process is slowed unnecessarily.
If not, goals like "site:generate" are slooooow to run due to timeouts in linkcheck.
AFAIK there is no (obvious/direct/simple) way to have "no proxy" when building and "some proxy" when linkchecking.
allow linkcheck to use its own set of proxy settings if the "normal" ones are not found. Some property like "maven.linkcheck.proxy.host=192.168.0.1".
Use automatically proxy settings from the environment (global env, not Maven's). These would be users's settings for browsing the Net anyway, so these are probably the best choice anyway.