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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby peppy on Tue Mar 20, 2012 3:18 am

It's probably not a critical thing, but when I upgrade packages I get the following output in my console:

Package Control: Error downloading repository. HTTP error 404 downloading http://sublime.wbond.net/debug/packages.json.
Package Control: Error downloading repository. HTTP error 404 downloading http://sublime.wbond.net/debug/packages.json.


I had a quick look for any references to this repository in my config but couldn't find anything.
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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby wbond on Tue Mar 20, 2012 1:14 pm

peppy wrote:It's probably not a critical thing, but when I upgrade packages I get the following output in my console:

Package Control: Error downloading repository. HTTP error 404 downloading http://sublime.wbond.net/debug/packages.json.
Package Control: Error downloading repository. HTTP error 404 downloading http://sublime.wbond.net/debug/packages.json.


I had a quick look for any references to this repository in my config but couldn't find anything.


That's a really old package channel I shared with a few users while testing out fixes for my SFTP package. You need to go to Preferences > Package Settings > Package Control > Settings - User and delete that repository from the list.
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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby peppy on Wed Mar 21, 2012 3:45 am

Why did my spotlight search not find that entry :(. Thanks! *feels silly*

(sftp has been working really nicely lately, by the way! ftp support has come in handy with some archaic stuff i've been working on recently, too.)
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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby wbond on Thu Mar 29, 2012 3:25 pm

Grant wrote:I'm behind a proxy and although I have the "http_proxy" and "https_proxy" settings both set to the same thing. Every time I try to list packages to install or packages to upgrade, i get one ore more of the following errors in the console:

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Package Control: Error downloading channel. URL error _ssl.c:480: error:140770FC:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:unknown protocol downloading https://sublime.wbond.net/repositories.json.


A month ago, this was working fine for me. Has anything changed to break this behavior on the plugin side, or is there a problem with my company's proxy?


I just finished moving sublime.wbond.net to a new server, which should hopefully solve this issue. Please let me know what you find.
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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby qwertfisch on Fri Mar 30, 2012 8:12 am

wbond wrote:
Grant wrote:I'm behind a proxy and although I have the "http_proxy" and "https_proxy" settings both set to the same thing. Every time I try to list packages to install or packages to upgrade, i get one ore more of the following errors in the console:

Code: Select all
Package Control: Error downloading channel. URL error _ssl.c:480: error:140770FC:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:unknown protocol downloading https://sublime.wbond.net/repositories.json.


A month ago, this was working fine for me. Has anything changed to break this behavior on the plugin side, or is there a problem with my company's proxy?


I just finished moving sublime.wbond.net to a new server, which should hopefully solve this issue. Please let me know what you find.

Hello. I am new to Sublime Text and just tried Package Control. Unfortunately, I keep getting the exact same error message when using the HTTPS address. Without SSL it works fine. A connection from other tools like an ICQ server via SSL (using Miranda IM) also works, so I don’t think it is a proxy problem in general. Would be nice if you could try to find the error (no hurry). :)
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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby wbond on Fri Mar 30, 2012 12:44 pm

qwertfisch wrote:
wbond wrote:
Grant wrote:I'm behind a proxy and although I have the "http_proxy" and "https_proxy" settings both set to the same thing. Every time I try to list packages to install or packages to upgrade, i get one ore more of the following errors in the console:

Code: Select all
Package Control: Error downloading channel. URL error _ssl.c:480: error:140770FC:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:unknown protocol downloading https://sublime.wbond.net/repositories.json.


A month ago, this was working fine for me. Has anything changed to break this behavior on the plugin side, or is there a problem with my company's proxy?


I just finished moving sublime.wbond.net to a new server, which should hopefully solve this issue. Please let me know what you find.

Hello. I am new to Sublime Text and just tried Package Control. Unfortunately, I keep getting the exact same error message when using the HTTPS address. Without SSL it works fine. A connection from other tools like an ICQ server via SSL (using Miranda IM) also works, so I don’t think it is a proxy problem in general. Would be nice if you could try to find the error (no hurry). :)


What platform are you running? If you are on Linux, I've heard reports that some old version of OpenSSL don't work well with newer versions. Perhaps you need to upgrade openssl and curl/wget.

On the server I am running OpenSSL 1.0.0 and Apache 2.4, so that should not be the culprit any longer. I'm basically out of ideas on how to help people with these networking issues.
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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby qwertfisch on Mon Apr 02, 2012 7:36 am

wbond wrote:
qwertfisch wrote:
wbond wrote:I just finished moving sublime.wbond.net to a new server, which should hopefully solve this issue. Please let me know what you find.

Hello. I am new to Sublime Text and just tried Package Control. Unfortunately, I keep getting the exact same error message when using the HTTPS address. Without SSL it works fine. A connection from other tools like an ICQ server via SSL (using Miranda IM) also works, so I don’t think it is a proxy problem in general. Would be nice if you could try to find the error (no hurry). :)


What platform are you running? If you are on Linux, I've heard reports that some old version of OpenSSL don't work well with newer versions. Perhaps you need to upgrade openssl and curl/wget.

I am running Windows7 x64 (SP1) at work. I cannot think of any possibility why it won’t work, since everything else with SSL is no problem.

Just a question, is it possible to use http links in the .json file, when downloading it from http://sublime.wbond.net/repositories.json? I don’t see much sense to offer a non-SSL link where its content points again to https, which I cannot download. If I could use HTTPS I would use the HTTPS version of the link …
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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby Grant on Mon Apr 02, 2012 12:23 pm

wbond wrote:
Grant wrote:I'm behind a proxy and although I have the "http_proxy" and "https_proxy" settings both set to the same thing. Every time I try to list packages to install or packages to upgrade, i get one ore more of the following errors in the console:

Code: Select all
Package Control: Error downloading channel. URL error _ssl.c:480: error:140770FC:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:unknown protocol downloading https://sublime.wbond.net/repositories.json.


A month ago, this was working fine for me. Has anything changed to break this behavior on the plugin side, or is there a problem with my company's proxy?


I just finished moving sublime.wbond.net to a new server, which should hopefully solve this issue. Please let me know what you find.


I noticed that my office has started preferring the "Automatically detect settings" in the Control Panel -> Interntet Properties -> LAN Settings for Windows (I'm using Windows 7 64bit). I found an article over at stackoverflow on how to do this. Any way it might help in case some of us?

(NOTE: I just tried looking at the 'wpad.dat' file that was on our network and tried an alternate proxy in the list. Still got the same error, so I'm guessing the problem has something to do with SSL redirects through proxies. I know browsers like firefox and chrome detect this redirect and can make the user aware of it when it happens. The problem likely isn't with wbond's server, but more in how the redirects are handled in either the SSL library or in the Package Control code)
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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby Semmy13 on Fri Apr 13, 2012 4:39 pm

Hi guys,
I'm having the same issues behind with an https proxy.
I tried to solve the problem by myself, but I'm not a python programmer :D
However, I'm pretty sure that the problem is a know one and this python issue can help: http://bugs.python.org/issue1424152
The problem seems to be related to urllib2.
Hope this can help
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Re: Package Control: A full-featured package manager

Postby nikravi on Fri May 04, 2012 12:10 pm

I have the same exact issue, on Windows 7 64bit. On Mac os is fine.

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