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    • Thomas Haller's avatar
      tests: simplify tests · bd585d68
      Thomas Haller authored
      - use cleanup attribute for freeing memory
      
      - construct strings like SRCDIR"/filename" directly, instead
        using g_strdup_printf().
      
      - add helper macros like _get_setting_vpn() to get the settings
        from the connections. This way, we assert at one place.
      
      - drop code comments that only serve to as visual delimiters for
        the code. The code itself should be structured well, making these
        comments redundant noise. If visual structuring would be necessary,
        a double-blank-line or a line filled with /***/ would be better.
        But here that is not necessary, because the tests are simple enough,
        in particular after getting rid of all the noise.
      bd585d68
    • cyrinux's avatar
      add ncp-disable support to disable cipher negotiation · add21332
      cyrinux authored
      [thaller@redhat.com: fix spelling for negotiation]
      
      !12
      add21332
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    • Francesco Giudici's avatar
      properties: drop file extension check when importing a file · 8802a1f8
      Francesco Giudici authored
      We don't enforce any policy on the file name/extension when
      exporting a connection, but we do it when importing one.
      So, one could end up exporting a connection succesfully and
      not being able to import it back.
      Example:
        ~]$ nmcli connection export ovpn_test pippo.vpn
        ~]$ nmcli connection import file pippo.vpn  type openvpn
        Error: failed to import 'pippo.vpn': unknown OpenVPN file extension.
      
      Moreover, when importing, we enforce the user to specify the connection
      type (openvpn in this case).
      
      Drop the policy on the file name extension when importing openvpn
      connections.
      8802a1f8
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