Help with python code!

jojo gerrymcgovern at gmail.com
Sun Mar 31 23:06:19 CEST 2013


On Sunday, March 31, 2013 4:39:11 PM UTC-4, Chris Angelico wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 7:10 AM, jojo wrote:
> 
> > Im used to C# so the syntax looks bizarre to me! Any help would be great.
> 
> 
> 
> The first thing you'll need to understand about Python syntax is that
> 
> indentation is important. By posting this code flush-left, you've
> 
> actually destroyed its block structure. Could you post it again, with
> 
> indentation, please? We'd then be in a much better position to help.
> 
> 
> 
> Chris Angelico


Hi Chris, thanks for your reply. See code below...

import time
import glob
import re
import os
current_time = time.time() + 60*60+24*30
dirList = glob.glob('\content\paytek\ejbProperties\cybersource\*.crt')
q = re.compile('^Owner:.*CN=([^\s\,]+)')
p = re.compile('until: (\w+) (\w+) (\d+) (\d+):(\d+):(\d+) \w+ (\d+)')
cert_name = ""
days = {"Mon":0, "Tue":1, "Wed":2, "Thu":3, "Fri":4, "Sat":5, "Sun":6}
months = {"Jan":1, "Feb":2, "Mar":3, "Apr":4,
  "May":5, "Jun":6, "Jul":7, "Aug":8,
  "Sep":9, "Oct":10, "Nov":11, "Dec":12}
for fname in dirList:
 cmd = "keytool ­printcert ­file " + fname
 for line in os.popen(cmd).readlines():
   line = line.rstrip()
   m = p.search(line)
   if m:
      sue = time.mktime(
        (int(m.group(7)), int(months[m.group(2)]), int(m.group(3)),
          int(m.group(4)), int(m.group(5)), int(m.group(6)),
          int(days[m.group(1)]), 0, 0)
        )
        expire_time = (sue ­ current_time)/60/60/24
        if expire_time < 0:
          print cert_name + " has already expired!"
        elif expire_time < 31:
          print cert_name + " expires in " +str(int(expire_time)) + " days"
       else:
        m = q.search(line)
        if m:
        cert_name = m.group(1)



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