On Wednesday 15 of October 2003 12:11, Thomas Lussnig wrote: Ok this is clear, but than why become the aplication an binary IPv6 enabled one if the PC have no IPv6 support ? Because I'm using packages provided by Linux distribution which needs ipv6 because some users are using it. I thought
Hi, Right now wget code looks like this: #ifdef ENABLE_IPV6 int ip_default_family = AF_INET6; #else int ip_default_family = AF_INET; #endif and then ./connect.c: sock = socket (ip_default_family, SOCK_STREAM, 0); This assumes that binary compiled with ipv6 support is always used on
On Tuesday 07 of October 2003 12:08, Hrvoje Niksic wrote: Thanks! btw. looking into test4 I see that autoconf conception is used in weird way. Normally aclocal.m4 is autogenerated by aclocal command (and it includes sources of macros from /usr/share/autoconf/autoconf/*.m4 and from local
Hi, Here is few patches against test3: http://cvs.pld-linux.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/SOURCES/wget-ac.patch?rev=1.4 (some autoconf 2.5x things) http://cvs.pld-linux.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/SOURCES/wget-pl.patch?rev=1.3 (Polish translation update) -- Arkadiusz MikiewiczCS at FoE, Wroclaw University of
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
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
Adrian Bunk [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: wget-1.7 ships with libtool 1.3.5. libtool 1.4 causes grave miscompilatios under NetBSD/sparc-1.5. Please upgrade libtool in wget. and please fix aclocal.m4 (it contains wget specific macros which should be in acinclude.m4) and also acconfig.h is missing
Hello, I updated Polish translation for wget 1.6. I noticed, that previous file had all polish characters changed to '?'. I don't know the reason of that. Maybe because of some conversion of gettext. Anyway, please put this new file in Your distribution. It's already fixed in CVS.