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[hidden email]: Jul 01 09:24PM -0700

What platform? And how exactly did you copy the certificate from the browser? Speculating, two possibilities come to mind - the format of the .crt is not understood by the tls package, or the server ...more
Alexandru <[hidden email]>: Jul 01 09:54PM -0700

> What platform? And how exactly did you copy the certificate from the browser? Speculating, two possibilities come to mind - the format of the .crt is not understood by the tls package, or the server ...more
Harald Oehlmann <[hidden email]>: Jul 01 11:56PM -0700

What Alex wants to acheve is to avoid a man in the middle attack and be sure that the right certificate is used.
 
Isn't it possible to check this on other means, e.g. read out the certificate ...more
Alexandru <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 06:20AM -0700

I did another test with www.google.de:
 
::http::register https 443 [list ::tls::socket -request 1 -require 1 -ssl2 0 -ssl3 0 -tls1 1 -cafile GoogleInternetAuthorityG2.crt]
 
::http::geturl ...more
[hidden email]: Jul 02 09:14AM -0700

Two things you might want to look at -
 
- first, GoogleInternetAuthority G2 is not a root CA. It is an intermediate CA whose certificate is signed by GeoTrust (I think) so the GeoTrust root ...more
[hidden email]: Jul 02 09:35AM -0700

OK, here's what you need to do. Download the current root certs from http://curl.haxx.se/ca/cacert.pem and save it (to cacert.pem or whatever)
and specify that as your -cafile.
 
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Will Duquette <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 10:25AM -0700

> ok
> % http::cleanup $tok
 
> /Ashok
 
I have a related question, because in this area I am an Utter Newbie. I gather that to connect to a TclHTTPD server using TLS, the server needs to specify ...more
Will Duquette <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 10:26AM -0700

On Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 10:25:40 AM UTC-7, Will Duquette wrote:
 
> I have a related question, because in this area I am an Utter Newbie. I gather that to connect to a TclHTTPD server using ...more
[hidden email]: Jul 02 01:09PM -0700

Ashok,
 
Thanks for the example. I ran this using tls 1.6.4 on Windows 7 using Tcl 8.6.04 32 bit and it failed. I updated tls to 1.6.6 and it worked!
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tombert <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 09:40AM -0700

thx for your support. got it now.
...more
Andreas Leitgeb <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 11:47AM

> pack [label .en -textvariable ::x]
> puts "X1 :: $x"
> ##label show "8", commandline show "X1 :: 8" like expected
 
Upon creation, the label once reads out the current value of its ...more
Juge <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 01:22AM -0700

I am using a menubutton and a popup menu. It works fine on Windows, but in Linux my menu do not focus somehow. I can select the item with cursor keys and it works but mouse do not highlight or react ...more
Andreas Leitgeb <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 11:10AM

> but in Linux my menu do not focus somehow. I can select the item
> with cursor keys and it works but mouse do not highlight or react
> in any ways? What can I do?
 
I'd suggest showing a small ...more
Harald Oehlmann <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 04:39AM -0700

Just an idea:
 
When I remember right, the bindings are different.
On Unix, it might be necessary that you press and hold the button and you release it over the item you want to select.
 
-Harald
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Juge <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 01:20AM -0700

On Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at 9:42:57 AM UTC+2, Harald Oehlmann wrote:
 
> If you really want to have buttons, you must build the popup-widget on your own.
> So use a normal toolbutton and show a ...more
Colin Macleod <[hidden email]>: Jul 02 01:07AM -0700

On Wednesday, 1 July 2015 13:22:09 UTC+1, Lawrence Woodman wrote:
 
> The first big difference is that the resulting package, called a
> tarcel, doesn't contain a Tcl interpreter and so relies on ...more
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