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Shot him now and avoid the rush.
Their was a professor that said using white space in a programming language was a sin (paraphrasing). I can not argue with the obvious, but the language that does that still exist and is quite popular.
Figure is out for yourself, just remember not to change tabs to spaces in your editor (IDE) unless the code was originally written that way, or you'll break the code.
"Program testing can be used to show the presence of bugs, but never to show their absence." - Edsger Dijkstra
"I have never been lost, but I will admit to being confused for several weeks. " - Daniel Boone
I was able to fool the PS3 into downloading game files from my computer instead of from the Playstation Network online.
The reason that was cool is it meant I could download the games onto my computer once, which keeps them local to me, and then when I needed to reinstall the hard drive on my playstation 3 i simply downloaded the games from my computer instead of PSN, which it could do blindingly fast because it was right next to it instead of across the internet.
Unfortunately the PS4 will only download games over SSL (probably to thwart people like me), and I don't have the certificate I'd need to fool it like I could with the PS3.
It's really too bad, because a utility like that would be useful enough to spend money on.
Host the download site on your desktop using IIS or whatever and get a cert free from let's encrypt. Disclaimer: My only experience is with let's encrypt for domain names...not sure how it would handle a local machine name. Good luck!
Sorry I wasn't more clear, but the PS4 expects a specific certificate from sony before it will complete the download. The end site has to be able to produce that specific cert. That hamstrings me, and I'm sure Sony did it that way on purpose.
That's The Sony Way(tm), and is no accident. Stop supporting them. I haven't bought a Sony product in decades (whether a console, TV, any sort of player, or even anything produced by Sony Pictures or whatever music label(s) they own).
I feel that way about Apple, and I haven't bought an Apple product - they screwed my parents over in 1986.
I also feel the same way about most of sony, but I respect their playstation group - or at least I did - PS3 was one of the best consoles/media-centers you could buy. It still is a great system. I'm kind of disappointed with the PS4.