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Where is HTTPS ?

 [1/6] from: zap_user:yah:oo at: 15-Feb-2005 22:55


Hi Folks!, I bought the Command/SDK for windows. I was using Command for OpenBSD. Now, using Command/SDk for windows, I think that the https protocol is not being loaded. How come? On my UNiX version, I have: Component: "Internet Protocols" (1-May-2001/19:18:45) Finger protocol loaded Whois protocol loaded Daytime protocol loaded SMTP protocol loaded POP protocol loaded IMAP protocol loaded HTTP protocol loaded FTP protocol loaded NNTP protocol loaded Component: "Dynamic Library Access" (11-Apr-2001/19:40:04) Component: "MySQL Access" (11-May-2001/23:54:23) Component: "Command Shell Access" (30-Mar-2001/23:54:48) Component: "Graphics" (15-May-2001/15:57:24) Component: "Encryption" (2-Apr-2001/22:19:11) Component: "Big Numbers" (2-Apr-2001/22:19:11) Component: "DH/DSA Encryption" (2-Apr-2001/22:19:12) Component: "RSA Encryption" (13-Apr-2001/0:12:42) Component: "FastCGI" (7-May-2001/23:32:31) Component: "Secure Socket Layer" (24-Apr-2001/17:12:59) Component: "Licensing" (15-May-2001/21:03:19) HTTPS protocol loaded That is "HTTPS protocol loaded" On Windows: Component: "REBOL Mezzanine Extensions" 1.1.2.1 (29-Nov-2002/19:29:09) Component: "Windows Registry Access" 1.1.2.4 (11-Dec-2002/0:36:56) Component: "REBOL Internet Protocols" 1.59.2.15 (14-Feb-2003/1:45:14) Finger protocol loaded Whois protocol loaded Daytime protocol loaded SMTP protocol loaded POP protocol loaded IMAP protocol loaded HTTP protocol loaded FTP protocol loaded NNTP protocol loaded Component: "ODBC Access" 1.2.2.2 (24-Mar-2002/20:13:57) Component: "Dynamic Library Access" 1.4.2.1 (24-Mar-2002/20:13:53) Component: "Oracle Access" 1.2.2.2 (24-Mar-2002/20:13:57) Component: "MySQL Access" 1.1.2.2 (24-Mar-2002/20:13:57) Component: "Command Shell Access" 1.5.2.5 (11-Dec-2002/0:37:05) Component: "Graphics" 1.1.2.5 (23-Jul-2003/21:32:34) Component: "Encryption" 1.3.2.2 (24-Mar-2002/20:13:52) Component: "Big Numbers" 1.2.2.2 (24-Mar-2002/20:13:52) Component: "DH/DSA Encryption" 1.2.2.2 (24-Mar-2002/20:13:52) Component: "RSA Encryption" 1.3.2.2 (24-Mar-2002/20:13:58) Component: "FastCGI" 1.2.2.3 (24-Nov-2002/17:05:54) Component: "System Port" 1.1.2.5 (30-Nov-2002/17:24:03) Component: "Encryption Level 2" 1.1.2.3 (24-Jan-2002/19:54:44) Component: "Secure Socket Layer" 1.3.2.2 (24-Mar-2002/20:13:58) Component: "Licensing" 1.8.2.6 (30-May-2003/7:32:41) and I need the https protocol.. Is there anybody who is passing by the same problem? Thanks in advance. --DJ --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - now with 250MB free storage. Learn more.

 [2/6] from: maarten:vrijheid at: 16-Feb-2005 8:34


See also: http://compkarori.com/vanilla/display/https This applies to the command sdk After this line in prot-http.r net-utils/net-install HTTP self 80 system/schemes/http: make system/schemes/http [user-agent: reform [ REBOL" system/product system/version]] add this line .... net-utils/net-install HTTPS system/schemes/http/handler 443" --Maarten Dexter Williams wrote:

 [3/6] from: ammon:johnson:g:mail at: 16-Feb-2005 0:40


This is a known issue as documented in RAMBO... http://www.rebol.net/cgi-bin/rambo.r?id=3263& HTH! ~~Ammon ;~> On Tue, 15 Feb 2005 22:55:19 -0800 (PST), Dexter Williams <[zap_user--yahoo--com]> wrote:
> Hi Folks!, > I bought the Command/SDK for windows. I was using Command for OpenBSD.
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 [4/6] from: sqlab::gmx::net at: 16-Feb-2005 9:05


Hi Dexter It seems that RT forgot the Https scheme on some versions of /Command You can either use an older or a newer version, there this is included. I think there was also the advice to add it by yourself, as there are all needed components available in your SDK. You can see it in your prot-https.r Just do these two lines net-utils/net-install HTTPS system/schemes/http/handler 443 system/schemes/https: make system/schemes/https [user-agent: reform ["REBOL" system/product system/version]] AR
> Hi Folks!, > I bought the Command/SDK for windows. I was using Command for OpenBSD.
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> Thanks in advance. > --DJ
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 [5/6] from: zap_user:y:ahoo at: 16-Feb-2005 1:05


Hi! Folks, I did add the two lines: net-utils/net-install HTTPS system/schemes/http/handler 443 system/schemes/https: make system/schemes/https [user-agent: reform ["REBOL" system/product system/version]] ] But when I call Command/SDK again it remains the same. If I write those lines in the console. ok. as a code.. it runs ok.. Is there any way to load these parameters automatically? Do I have to run a command to update all my source files modified at the 'source directory? Thanks in advance, --DJ Anton Reisacher <[sqlab--gmx--net]> wrote: Hi Dexter It seems that RT forgot the Https scheme on some versions of /Command You can either use an older or a newer version, there this is included. I think there was also the advice to add it by yourself, as there are all needed components available in your SDK. You can see it in your prot-https.r Just do these two lines net-utils/net-install HTTPS system/schemes/http/handler 443 system/schemes/https: make system/schemes/https [user-agent: reform ["REBOL" system/product system/version]] AR
> Hi Folks!, > I bought the Command/SDK for windows. I was using Command for OpenBSD.
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> Thanks in advance. > --DJ
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 [6/6] from: SQLAB::gmx::net at: 16-Feb-2005 10:33


Hi Dexter any command in your user.r is done at startup. Ar Dexter Williams wrote:

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