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Re: cant upload new source



Hi.

Jima <jima beer tclug org> wrote:

>   Actually, I threw together a patch this morning and emailed it to
> Jeremy, as he solicited on Monday.  My Makefile-fu is weak, though, so
> I can't be absolutely sure it's good.  (Also, I don't know if I should
> be uploading junk files for testing.)  However, AFAICT, the expiration
> date is in plaintext, so my method of testing was to just edit the date
> (as that's all my patch checks for).
>   Anyone more knowledgable in Makefiles, or simply braver than me, can
> play with this:
> 
> http://beer.tclug.org/fedora-extras/fedora-cert-expired.patch
> 
>   Feedback is readily encouraged. :)

Ah. That is a way to check it that did not occur to me.

My take is below, just to provide some choice :)
Thanks to Dawid Gajownik for providing me with an expired certificate.


-- 
Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.
--- Makefile.common.orig	2006-07-15 19:41:03.000000000 +0200
+++ Makefile.common	2006-08-17 20:46:46.000000000 +0200
@@ -170,7 +170,12 @@
 define upload-request
 echo "Checking : $$b on $(UPLOAD_REPOSITORY)..." ; \
 check=$$($(upload-check)) ; retc=$$? ; \
-if test $$retc -ne 0 ; then \
+if test $$retc -eq 52; then \
+    echo "ERROR: Could not read response from server. Your certificate may be expired." ; \
+    echo "To get a new one, go to: https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/"; ; \
+    echo "and click 'Download a client-side certificate.'" ; \
+    exit -1 ; \
+elif test $$retc -ne 0 ; then \
     echo "ERROR: could not check remote file status" ; \
     exit -1 ; \
 elif test "$$check" = "Available" ; then \

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