Type: New Feature
Affects Version/s: None
Fix Version/s: None
Module Version: 2.2.0
Puppet Version: 4.10
OS Name/Version: Linux / Windows
If the Git repo is hosted on a server with a self-signed certificate, you can't clone/pull it, as you can't pass along an sslverify=false parameter.
I can't do a "git config http.sslVerify=false", as that only works if I've already cloned the repo. I can set that on a "--global" level, but that's not a desired option here.
Be able to clone/pull with sslverify=false. The Git command would then contain something like "-c http.sslVerify=false".
Perhaps the already existing parameter "trust_server_cert" can be used here. That parameter is currently only used for svn, but might as well use it for Git.
Can't clone/pull repo.