[Vm-dev] CI status
David T. Lewis
lewis at mail.msen.com
Sun Nov 1 15:46:19 UTC 2020
Sorry for my delay in replying, these tips are very helpful.
On Tue, Oct 27, 2020 at 12:59:55AM +0100, Levente Uzonyi wrote:
> Hi David
> On Mon, 26 Oct 2020, David T. Lewis wrote:
> >I do not know if it is related to the CI issues, but here is one clue:
> >I am maintaining a V3 "trunk" image that attempts to keep in sync with
> >trunk except for changes that pertain to Spur object format (immediate
> >characters, etc). As of Monticello-ul.728 I get failures in SSL connection
> >to e.g. source.squeak.org. The failures happen with both Cog and the
> >interpreter VM (although the specific error symptoms are different).
> >I can bypass the errors by reverting MCHttpRepository>>httpGet:arguments:
> >to its prior version (stamped ul 9/20/2019).
> That version adds some rewrite rules, so some http urls are converted to
> If that doesn't work, then there is a problem with the SqueakSSL plugin in
> your VM. Does the following print true?
> | response |
> response := WebClient httpGet: 'https://source.squeak.org'.
> response code = 200
The plugin is out of date in the interpreter VM, and I get a certificate
mismatch that is almost certainly related to the plugin.
With a Cog VM, I get a primitive failure in SqueakSSL>>primitiveSSLCreate.
So in both cases it is presumably a plugin issue.
> Instead of reverting #httpGet:arguments: you can remove the individual
> http->https rewrite rules with the following snippet:
> MCHttpRepository urlRewriteRules in: [ :rules |
> rules size // 3 timesRepeat: [
> | set |
> set := rules removeFirst: 3.
> (set second beginsWith: 'https') ifFalse: [
> rules addAll: set ] ] ]
Thanks for explaining, I understand it now.
> But it would be better to use https for those repositories.
Yes for sure.
> >I have not had time to dig into the underlying cause of the problem,
> >but it seems likely that any CI test for Cog that requires the use
> >of secure sockets will fail as of Monticello-ul.728 or later. This
> >would include any test that needs to access the source.squeak.org
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