Fwd: Invalid Config with 6.3.1??
paul.a.grove at gmail.com
Mon Dec 13 15:55:13 GMT 2010
I Applied the patches... here is my new output:
og at Groundhog:~/build/nicolas33-offlineimap-98f5181$ ./offlineimap.py
Thread 'Account sync Gmail' terminated with exception:
Traceback (most recent call last):
line 158, in run
File "/usr/lib/python2.6/threading.py", line 484, in run
177, in syncrunner
line 44, in LoadRepository
return repo(name, account)
line 43, in __init__
IMAPRepository.__init__(self, reposname, account)
line 30, in __init__
self.imapserver = imapserver.ConfigedIMAPServer(self)
line 439, in __init__
password = self.repos.getpassword()
line 206, in getpassword
raise Exception("No password could be retrieved for repository '%s'" %
Exception: No password could be retrieved for repository 'RemoteGmail'
No debug messages were logged for Account sync Gmail.
Note that I ran it a few times, it is not always the Gmail account that
fails, it can be any of my accounts.
Obviously it is failing to get a password, but it is not prompting me for
one - as it did in jgoerzen's Master.
On 13 December 2010 15:25, Sebastian Spaeth <Sebastian at sspaeth.de> wrote:
> As a reply to this mail find 2 patches with improvements that I would
> call bug fixes although both do nothing more than spit out more explicit
> Exceptions rather than failing with something like KeyError or
> ValueError which doesn't give the user any clue about what happened.
> Patch #1 protects against misconfigurations for e.g. Type=Meildir
> Patch #2 should give more information if the error that I suspect
> happened, occurred indeed for Paul Grove (no password could be
> Paul could you apply patch #2 and see if you get better error messages
> Nicolas, what about those patches? Review appreciated.
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