Problem fetching with git in MacPorts
Dave Allured - NOAA Affiliate
dave.allured at noaa.gov
Wed May 17 16:53:32 UTC 2023
Robert, it looks like you might be seeing this Let's Encrypt known problem:
If so, the best solution is not to replace /usr/bin/git, but to ask
Codeberg owners to remove the expired certificate as described in that
article. Note the special instructions for Mac OS 10.13/10.14.
On Wed, May 17, 2023 at 6:04 AM Robert Kennedy <amtor at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Joshua. That was exactly what was needed.
> Perhaps a ticket should be created recommending that "git.cmd" be added
> to the MacPorts Guide.
> *From:* Joshua Root <jmr at macports.org>
> *Sent:* May 17, 2023 4:47 AM
> *To:* Robert Kennedy <amtor at hotmail.com>; MacPorts Development <
> macports-dev at lists.macports.org>
> *Subject:* Re: Problem fetching with git in MacPorts
> On 17/5/2023 07:44, Robert Kennedy wrote:
> > I am unable to fetch a file in a git repo using MacPorts. I get an SSL
> > expired error.
> > fatal: unable to access
> > 'https://codeberg.org/schilytools/schilytools.git/': *SSL
> > certificate problem: certificate has expired*
> > *Command failed: /usr/bin/git clone* --progress --depth=1
> > https://codeberg.org/schilytools/schilytools.git
> > Exit code: 128
> > Please note that MacPorts is trying to use "*/usr/bin/git*" which is
> > OLD. I can fetch the archive in the Terminal using the recent version
> > of git installed by MacPorts at "*/opt/local/bin/git*".
> > "*/opt/local/bin/git*" is also in my $PATH. When I run "*which git*", I
> > get "*/opt/local/bin/git*".
> > If there a config setting in MacPorts to tell it to use git located at
> > "/opt/local/bin/git"?
> The Portfile option is 'git.cmd'.
> - Josh
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