Mercurial failing on TLSv1.2 repos, but I wrote a patch

Warren Melnick wmelnick at millenniumweb.com
Thu Jul 23 09:44:25 CDT 2015


Thanks.  I figured out the RPM and custom built one with a dependency on the IUS (Rackspace) version of python 2.7, which is 2.7.10.  So far so good. Now I just need to figure out the Mac version.  Probably going to have to be with the assistance of python from MacPorts. 
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On 7/23/15, 10:25 AM, "Matt Mackall" <mpm at selenic.com> wrote:

>On Thu, 2015-07-23 at 13:45 +0000, Warren Melnick wrote:
>> >
>> >FYI, our RPM build scripts can build a private copy of modern Python:
>> >
>> >$ contrib/buildrpm --withpython
>> >
>> >This is what allows us to continue supporting Centos/RHEL 5.
>> >
>> 
>> Is there more info on this?  Remember, I am not a Python guy, just a
>> systems guy who does perl and PHP too.  If I can build that for both
>> CentOS 6 and MacOS, it will solve my immediate problem.
>
>Grep in the top-level Makefile for centos5 and centos6. The centos5
>version uses the --withpython bit. Copy that to the centos6 section and
>then 'make centos6' will download and compile Python 2.7.9 and then
>bundle it into an RPM. Also note that there's a docker- version of the
>target that will let you do the build in a more controlled Docker
>environment.
>
>Macs are another story, since they don't have a standard package
>manager. You can do the same trick of having a private Python, but we
>don't have a ready-backed recipe for it. Brew might be an option.
>
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