--- Comment #2 from Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly(a)gmx.de> ---
The commit introduced a regression, fixed in this:
WebDAV: send Basic Auth via http in some cases (FDO #57248)
It turned out that finding databases on an Apple Calendar server accessed
http depends on sending Basic Auth even when the server does not ask for
without authentication, there is no information about the current
which is necessary for finding the user's databases.
To make this work again, sending the authentication header is now forced
plain http if (and only if) the request which should have returned the
principal URL fails to include it. This implies sending the same request
twice, but as this scenario should be rare in practise (was only done for
testing), this is acceptable.
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