configuration, openssl

2001-06-05 Thread Tomki
Hello, I have attempted to configure wget 1.7 with openssl. Openssl 0.9.6a is installed at /usr/local/ssl, with the libraries in the lib directory under that. Your INSTALL file says that this is standard enough that I need only use 'configure --with-ssl' for this to succeed, but upon running,

Re: Please upgrade libtool in wget

2001-06-05 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Arkadiusz Miskiewicz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: and please fix aclocal.m4 (it contains wget specific macros which should be in acinclude.m4) I'm not buying that. I think it's perfectly fine to have Wget-specific macros in aclocal.m4. and also acconfig.h is missing (autoheader breaks on it).

Re: wget 1.7 installation

2001-06-05 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Samer Nassar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am having trouble installing wget 1.7 on a solaris box. Here is part of what I am getting: In file included from log.c:31: /usr/gnu/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.6/2.8.0/include/stdarg.h:163: warning: redefinition of `va_list'

Re: configuration, openssl

2001-06-05 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Tomki [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Looking for SSL libraries in default checking for RSA_new in -lcrypto... no checking for SSL_new in -lssl... no Looking for SSL libraries in /usr/local/ssl checking for RSA_new in -lcrypto... no checking for SSL_new in -lssl... no Hmm, we should investigate

Re: configuration, openssl

2001-06-05 Thread Tomki
At 12:29 6/5/2001 +0200, Hrvoje Niksic wrote: Tomki [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Looking for SSL libraries in default checking for RSA_new in -lcrypto... no checking for SSL_new in -lssl... no Looking for SSL libraries in /usr/local/ssl checking for RSA_new in -lcrypto... no checking

Re: Please upgrade libtool in wget

2001-06-05 Thread Arkadiusz Miskiewicz
Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: and please fix aclocal.m4 (it contains wget specific macros which should be in acinclude.m4) I'm not buying that. I think it's perfectly fine to have Wget-specific macros in aclocal.m4. Why you are trying to make things more difficult than they

win binary

2001-06-05 Thread Herold Heiko
A windows binary for 1.7 is present at http://space.tin.it/computer/hherold . Heiko -- -- PREVINET S.p.A.[EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Via Ferretto, 1ph x39-041-5907073 -- I-31021 Mogliano V.to (TV) fax x39-041-5907087 -- ITALY

Re: win binary

2001-06-05 Thread T. Bharath
The server seems to reset the connection when the source or binary is downloaded can you look into it Herold Heiko wrote: A windows binary for 1.7 is present at http://space.tin.it/computer/hherold . Heiko -- -- PREVINET S.p.A.[EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Via Ferretto, 1

Re: Please upgrade libtool in wget

2001-06-05 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Arkadiusz Miskiewicz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Why you are trying to make things more difficult than they really are? Now I can't use new libtool.m4 (and other m4 macros) for wget without patching it. aclocal.m4 should be autogenerated to make life yeasier. I've never autogenerated

Re: Please upgrade libtool in wget

2001-06-05 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Daniel Stenberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: % aclocal --version aclocal (GNU automake) 1.4-p2 That must explain it -- I've never used Automake.

Re: Please upgrade libtool in wget

2001-06-05 Thread Arkadiusz Miskiewicz
Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Daniel Stenberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: % aclocal --version aclocal (GNU automake) 1.4-p2 That must explain it -- I've never used Automake. Usually generic system macros are placed in /usr/share/aclocal directory (and for example there is

make install, wget.1, builddir != srcdir

2001-06-05 Thread Ryan Lovett
`make install' fails to install the man page if the build directory is not the same as the source directory. It tries to find the man page in srcdir/doc/, but the man page gets built into builddir/doc/. Ryan

Re: Wget 1.7-pre1 available for testing

2001-06-05 Thread Andre Majorel
On 2001-06-02 20:50 +0200, Andre Majorel wrote: On 2001-06-02 17:30 +0200, Hrvoje Niksic wrote: - The empty LIBS problem remains (add -lsocket -lnsl). Do you have a config.log for this? Wget's configure tries hard to determine whether `-lsocket' and `-lnsl' are needed, and this seems

Re: Please upgrade libtool in wget

2001-06-05 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Russ Allbery [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Automake, on the other hand, I've never particularly liked and I think frequently just makes everything more complicated, not simpler. Several times I seriously considered switching to Automake, which might work well for a smaller project like Wget, but

Re: Please upgrade libtool in wget

2001-06-05 Thread Russ Allbery
Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Several times I seriously considered switching to Automake, which might work well for a smaller project like Wget, but always got turned off by the incredibly huge and unreadable Makefiles it creates. The last time I have seen Makefiles that ugly was

Re: make install, wget.1, builddir != srcdir

2001-06-05 Thread Jan Prikryl
Quoting Ryan Lovett ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): `make install' fails to install the man page if the build directory is not the same as the source directory. It tries to find the man page in srcdir/doc/, but the man page gets built into builddir/doc/. Thanks for the report. Apparently, also

wget 1.7 configure errors

2001-06-05 Thread tenthumbs
I said ./configure --with-ssl but the script said it couldn't find ssl libs. They're in the default /usr/local/ssl location. Looking at config.log, I see that gcc is upset, claiming that -rpath is an invalid option. That's right. It's a linker option so gcc should see -Wl,-rpath. If I make that

gettext not found after libssl check failed

2001-06-05 Thread Jan Prikryl
Hello, subjects says it all: When trying to compile with -lssl, an already reported bug in libssl detection causes the library not to be found. However, it seems that after the failure of the libssl test some things are seriously broken: at least on my system the configure script will later not

Re: wget 1.7 configure errors

2001-06-05 Thread Jan Prikryl
Quoting tenthumbs ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): I said ./configure --with-ssl but the script said it couldn't find ssl libs. They're in the default /usr/local/ssl location. Looking at config.log, I see that gcc is upset, claiming that -rpath is an invalid option. That's right. It's a linker option so

SEC: UNCLASS query strings

2001-06-05 Thread Hand, Nathan
I'm using wget to mirror a site which is dynamically generated. The first page contains 1000s of hrefs looking like this. href=http://sitename/page.asp?page1; href=http://sitename/page.asp?page2; href=http://sitename/page.asp?page3;

Re: configuration, openssl

2001-06-05 Thread Tomki
At 13:52 6/5/2001 +0200, you wrote: Tomki [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: $ gcc a.c -L/usr/local/ssl/lib -lssl -lcrypto $ ./a.out No problems, no output. Does this work: $ gcc a.c -L/usr/local/ssl/lib -R/usr/local/ssl/lib -lssl -lcrypto gcc: unrecognized option

Re: Wget 1.7-pre1 available for testing

2001-06-05 Thread Jan Prikryl
Quoting Andre Majorel ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): Tuesday is today. config.log for 1.6 and 1.7-pre1 attached. 1.7 is identical to 1.7-pre1. It seems that -lsocket is not found as it requires -lnsl for linking. -lnsl is not detected as it does not contain `gethostbyname()' function. Would the

wget memory leak or expected operation

2001-06-05 Thread jolan
Hi, I'm currently using wget to mirror a rather extensive website. So far I've mirrored 10 gigs and counting. wget has been running for roughly 24 hours. My problem is the huge amount of memory wget has alloted to it. Since I have it converting links, I was wondering if maybe all the