[certbot] port upgrade fails
lists at schamschula.com
Fri Aug 30 12:56:56 UTC 2019
I understand your situation. However, I only update when there is an official release. There is no such tag in GitHub.
What you are requesting is a development branch. I don’t want to chase that.
What does trouble me is your issue getting the 0.37.2 version downloaded. I don’t test the download after my initial build that are used to update the Portfiles.
There seems to be an issue with pypi.org.
> On Aug 30, 2019, at 7:48 AM, Bjarne D Mathiesen <macintosh at mathiesen.info> wrote:
> Marius Schamschula wrote:
>> I’m not sure where you found a 0.38.0 release. It is not available @
>> GitHub or PyPi. Version 0.37.2 is current.
> On certbot's github page - linked in (2) - they've bumped the version to
> 0.38.0 on Aug 21, 2019
> I've "git clone https://github.com/certbot/certbot.git"
> bjarne at 0125000629 14:26:22 ~/WebServer/MacPorts/git/certbot
> $=> grep -R 0.38.0 *
> CHANGELOG.md:## 0.38.0 - master
> acme/setup.py:version = '0.38.0.dev0'
> certbot/__init__.py:__version__ = '0.38.0.dev0'
>> The certbot and py-acme Portfiles pull archives from pypi.org
>> <http://pypi.org>. ;
> I can see that in the Porfiles ; but 0.37.2 fails to install as I
> describe in (1) and the thread "[certbot] failure to download distfiles"
> @ 24/08/2019, 17.57 . And I've tried daily on at least two of my computers.
> When I change the Portfile back to 0.37.1, there're no problems.
>> I’m probably going to combine the current three certbot* Portfiles into
>> a single Portfile in the near future.
> Presently, I'm trying to modify py-acme & cerbot to use git instead .
> These two ports are among the for me mission critical ones.
> And I spent several days getting certbot to integrate with my dns
> service. ( I have to use "dns-01 challenge" because I use *.domain i my
> I'll might also take a go at doing variants for the various dns-services
> certbot supports natively ; but they - as well as the apache & ngix
> server integration - are of no interest to me, because I've got a really
> complicated apache server configuration .
>> Marius Schamschula
>>> On Aug 29, 2019, at 5:53 PM, Bjarne D Mathiesen
>>> <macintosh at mathiesen.info <mailto:macintosh at mathiesen.info>> wrote:
>>> 1) upgrading these fails :
>>> certbot 0.37.1_0 < 0.37.2_0
>>> py37-acme 0.37.1_0 < 0.37.2_0
>>> I'm getting http 404 error on all repositories
>>> 2) they have been upgraded to 0.38.0
>>> but I'm also getting http 404 on all repositories for that
>>> It seems as if all the necessry files are in
>>> but I don't know how to properly integrate a git in a portfile
> Bjarne D Mathiesen
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