[squeak-dev] 5.3rc3 errors when calling MultiByteFileStream>>#primSize:

Marcel Taeumel marcel.taeumel at hpi.de
Mon Mar 2 16:26:54 UTC 2020

Heyho! :-)

> A new version of the Cryptography package will be released for Squeak 5.3.

This is great news! Thank you for looking into it.

Am 02.03.2020 17:13:25 schrieb Robert via Squeak-dev <squeak-dev at lists.squeakfoundation.org>:
Hello all,

I was able to switch uses of #clone to #shallowCopy. I updated my
DateAndTime>>#milliseconds method away from using the nanos ivar (which
went away) to be

^ self utcMicroseconds // 1000

I have a remaining issue that the size of the DateAndTime encoded to
ASN1 has changed. I am looking into this issue with a modification back
to the expected output. I believe this to be the last remaining issue
with Cryptography.. A new version of the Cryptography package will be
released for Squeak 5.3.

K, r

On 2/28/20 1:58 PM, Robert via Squeak-dev wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> It has been a bit since last time, I post in hopes that everyone is
> blessed and can only remember the good times!
> I installed Squeak5.3rc2-19422-64bit and ran the shared image, selected
> Solarized (Dark) then selected save. I added a local repo and
> Cryptography repo and loaded Cryptography-rww.115.mcz and ran the tests.
> Some failures with DateAndTime I fixed (nanos disappeared) so some
> method call in Cryptography, ASN1UTCType was changed. Then I ran into a
> problem with MultiByteFileStream>>#primSize: which failed some more
> Cryptography tests but also prevents me from seeing the Cryptography
> changes I have just mentioned. I can't determine the cause of primSize:
> failure, so I thought to report to you the issue. I appreciate any
> advice in helping validate & pass Cryptography tests. Could these tests
> be run by the CI server? That would be most helpful, to catch early issues.
> Kindly,
> Rabbit

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