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Report unsupported platform message to stderr rather than stdout #4

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DougBurke commented Feb 22, 2012

The main change here is to use 'hPutStrLn stderr' rather than 'putStrLn' for un-supported systems; I have a speccific reason for this (simplifies my workflow slightly), but it feels better to me to have this be written to stderr.

The other two changes are more cosmetic.

Thanks, Doug


vincenthz commented Feb 26, 2012

The pull request is fine, however wouldn't it be better to just have verifyChain working ?

a bunch of code has been already written for others platform that i don't have, however they haven't been tested in the tls context. it should just be a matter of testing with the conditional removed for your platform and reporting if it is working.


DougBurke commented Feb 26, 2012

I had a quick look at certificate handling on OS-X, but quickly came to the conclusion that my spare time was insufficient for the task, and I do not have a Windows machine to test on!


vincenthz commented Feb 26, 2012

I'm just asking you to test the OS-X part, not the windows part. All the certificate handling for OS-X should be already in place in the 'certificate' package.

vincenthz added a commit that referenced this pull request Feb 26, 2012

Merge pull request #4 from DougBurke/master
Report unsupported platform message to stderr rather than stdout

@vincenthz vincenthz merged commit b3416be into vincenthz:master Feb 26, 2012

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