Re: How do I update working dir to wget-1.5.3?

2001-01-16 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Cool. Hey, speaking of webby CVS stuff, do you guys by any chance have cvsweb installed on sunsite.dk? I find it very handy for browsing CVS source. Yes, cvsweb kicks ass.

Re: How do I update working dir to wget-1.5.3?

2001-01-17 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Thor A. Lange) writes: "Dan" == Dan Harkless [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Dan Cool. Hey, speaking of webby CVS stuff, do you guys by any Dan chance have cvsweb installed on sunsite.dk? I find it very Dan handy for browsing CVS source. For example: We have

Re: wget 1.6 doesn't realise solaris has non-GNU msgfmt/gettext

2001-01-19 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Gran Uddeborg" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On a standard Solaris system, without GNU gettext installed, this fails. Try doing `make clean' in the `po/' subdirectory. That should allow the build process to rebuild the .mo files using Solaris tools. You needn't worry of them being named `.gmo'

Re: Alloca, windows (again)

2001-01-19 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Herold Heiko [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: In 1.7-dev I get LINK : warning LNK4005: no objects used from library c:\programmi\devstudio\vc\lib\libcpmt.lib alloca.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _xmalloc Try removing alloca.obj from the linking line.

Re: Support for DESTDIR while installing

2001-01-20 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Tom Tromey [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The GNU coding standards don't mention DESTDIR, so I assume it's an Automake thing. In Wget, you can just temporarily set `prefix': In my copy of the Standards they do. See the node `Command Variables'. My copy was last updated `March 13, 1998'.

Re: Bug in locale handling when using glibc-2.2.1

2001-01-21 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Jan D." [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: If I change main.c to do setlocale(LC_ALL, "") instead of setlocale(LC_MESSAGES, ""), the problem goes away. Not using LC_ALL is intentional. The problem with LC_ALL was that it affected other things (time and number representations, is* macros, etc.)

Re: large downloads - total bytes incorrect?

2001-01-25 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Dries Verachtert [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: If I download quite a lot of files with wget, the total amount of bytes seems to be incorrect. Not really a problem, the downloaded files are ok. Is it possible that this total amount is stored in something like an unsigned number of 32 bits?

[Miguel Cordeiro miguelcordeiro@visoes.net] [patch] Use a larger type for downloaded bytes

2001-01-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Hi, my name is Miguel and i developing a software that uses wget to retrieve sites. The users have quotas so, i must use the --quota feature of wget, but wget ignores completely the quota limitation,...and it does't have to be a large download, 500k quota is ignored, i've read somewhere in the

Re: Design issue

2001-02-10 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I think the most straightforward mapping would also be the most attractive: ftp/site/dir/file http/site/dir/file Don't forget the port, if you aim for completeness. Wget should certainly have an option to make it behave this way. In

Re: Request for feature

2001-02-10 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Paul Bludov" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Is it possible to limit the download rate? IMHO, it was already implemented by TCP/IP stack. And all that it is need to add is a small delay when the rate exceeds some limit. This has been debated several times. The sentiment seems to be that, while

Re: f/up bug

2001-02-10 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Clayton Vernon" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Not trying to sound simplistic or anything, but the actual FTP command is "ascii", not "type=a". Can you see if providing this doesn't work instead? `ascii' is the command in the command-line FTP client that causes the client to issue a certain

Re: WGET: failure for latest WGET to get ftp site

2001-01-10 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Does this remain true? I'm afraid so. Case in point: ftpparse.c compiles with some warnings. Am I allowed to modify it? The copyright statement is vague, and Jan's inquiries have fallen on deaf ears.

Re: security and some of my ramblings

2001-01-10 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: By the way, Hrvoje, it wasn't clear to me on brief inspection why we sometimes don't hide the password (depending on the `hide' parameter). Could this be commented better? Because str_url() is not meant only for printing URLs. It's also for

Re: wget_new_percentage

2001-02-15 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I think a bigger problem is how the current display can go over 80 columns, In which case does it go over 80?

Re: Error message document for wget

2001-02-15 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Kun-Ming Yang" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Where to find the document for the error message, I got 502 and 503. Those look like server error message numbers. Those are described in the HTTP rfc and ultimately by the application that sends them. Here is the description one can find in rfc2616:

Re: wget_new_percentage

2001-02-16 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: "Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:  I think a bigger problem is how the current display can go over 80 columns, In which case does it go over 80? Well, I haven't

Re: wget ftp url syntax is wrong

2001-02-28 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: By the way, neither "//" nor "/%2F" works in 1.7-dev. Perhaps we broke that when we fixed the problem where recursive FTP 'wget's assumed that logging in always put you in '/'? I believe some of Jan's changes broke it. Also, the standard idiom:

Re: Compiled wget on HP-UX 11.0

2001-03-01 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: "Al Wheeler" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hello, Your documentation said that wget had been successfully compiled on HP-UX 9 and others. I did not know which others, so I figured I would tell you I got it done on HP-UX 11.0. I did have a bit of

Re: Wget and i18n

2001-03-06 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Philipp Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: * Hrvoje Niksic ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [20010305 19:30]: you leave LC_CTYPE at the default, "C" locale, gettext converts eight-bit characters to question marks. What should it do? characters 127 are undefined in LC_CTYPE for the &quo

Re: Wget and i18n

2001-03-06 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Philipp Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Ooops, yes my fingers were a bit too fast :-) Here they are, both safe-ctype.h and safe-ctype.c. They look good to me. The only thing I don't get is this check: #ifdef isalpha #error "safe-ctype.h and ctype.h may not be used simultaneously" #else

Re: Wget and i18n

2001-03-06 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Philipp Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: * Hrvoje Niksic ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [20010306 11:21]: It is true that old systems use Gcc, but I wonder if anyone tests *new* Gcc's on old these old systems... Yes, they do. The patches to make gcc build on the original BSD are only present

Re: output to standard error?

2001-03-19 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Eddy Thilleman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Wget sends its output to standard error. Why is that? "It seemed like a good idea." The rationale behind it is that Wget's "output" is not real output, more a progress indication thingie. The real output is when you specify `-O -', and that goes to

Re: ask for solutions to virtual document root

2001-03-19 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Yes, the other solution is for --convert-links to simply convert the "hostless absolute" links (starting at the original server's document root) to relative links. I was under the impression that Wget 1.7 does this. My test seems to confirm this:

Re: Bundling libtool

2001-03-27 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jan Prikryl [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Yup. It's not the default for OpenSSL, though. It installs in /usr/local/ssl/lib by default. As `configure --help' tells you: Well, as a "normal" user I would expect the configure script will be able

Re: [Patch] LC_CTYPE not defined

2001-03-30 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Philipp Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: * R.I.P. Deaddog ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [20010329 23:12]: I have checked out the cvs version (both 1.6.1-dev and 1.7-dev), and found no related modification... and nothing mentioned in Changelog. Is it that I missed something? Well, then it

Re: Bug when converting links in wget 1.6

2001-03-30 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Dan Harkless [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: --- src/recur.c Sun Dec 17 20:28:20 2000 +++ src/recur.c.new Sun Mar 25 20:25:12 2001 @@ -165,7 +165,18 @@ first_time = 0; } else +{ +u = newurl (); +err = parseurl (this_url, u, 0); +if (err == URLOK)

Re: -c question

2001-03-31 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Dan Harkless" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Vladi Belperchinov-Shabanski [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Yes, it's a known bug and is documented in the current CVS version of wget.texi. With luck, the fix may be as simple as changing a = to a . It's just that no one's had a chance to look at

Re: Minor fixes in wget 1.6's main.c

2001-04-01 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Nicols Lichtmaier [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: New Glibc needs LC_CTYPE in order to work well. The -C option was not being recognized. Thanks for the patch; I've applied the latter to 1.6 and 1.7. Leaving out LC_CTYPE was intentional; setting it has the potential to mess up the ctype macros.

Re: SIGSEGV fixed in wget 1.6

2001-04-01 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Nicols Lichtmaier [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It was ignoring the error when getting a directory failed. Thanks for the patch; I've applied it to 1.6 and 1.7.

Re: Spanish messages for Wget 1.6

2001-04-01 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Nicols Lichtmaier [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: These are the Spanish messages for Wget 1.6 Thanks for the translation; I've now added it to both branches of the repository.

Re: Win98 bug using -0 in v1.7.20010216b [and 1.6] ?

2001-04-01 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
patch fix the problem? (It's against the latest CVS, but should apply to 1.6 too.) 2001-04-02 Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] * retr.c (retrieve_url): New variable global_download_count used to identify first retrieval. * ftp.c (getftp): Ditto. * http.c (gethtt

Re: et.po for wget-1.6

2001-04-01 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Toomas Soome [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: since there seems to be problems with translation project site, I'll post et.po update here. Thanks for the translation; I've now updated it in the 1.6 and the 1.7 CVS branch.

Re: Features I would like to (see) implement(ed)

2001-04-04 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Please use wget-patches for submitting patches, not for general discussion about Wget features. "Christian Fraenkel" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I thought a lot about wget lately and came up with some ideas(you could also call it a personal roadmap). I would like to try implement these ideas,

Re: High CPU usage

2001-04-06 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"Jonas Jensen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm running the cygwin version of the latest CVS. When I download files over LAN (600-800 KB/s) wget uses almost 100% CPU. Other programs like IE or Windows SMB don't use nearly as much. I'm using --dot-style=mega to be sure that it's not the display

Re: wget 1.6 porting problem with snprintf and isdigit on Solaris 2.5.1

2001-04-08 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Paul Eggert [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: That would work for now, but it won't work if wget got properly internationalized. That is because isdigit(x) succeeds for non-ASCII digits in some locales. Some locales have multiple ways to represent the decimal digits, and some locales even have

Re: wget 1.6 porting problem with snprintf and isdigit on Solaris 2.5.1

2001-04-08 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Russ Allbery [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: That's why Wget 1.7 incorporates its own implementation of IS* macros (from Gcc) and uses them consistently. Except in snprintf.c, which is not part of Wget proper. *sigh* ...since snprintf.c isn't part of wget proper, it *might* be called in a

VMS server testing needed

2001-04-11 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Jan and I made some changes to FTP code to fix several long-standing bugs with recursive retrieval and CWD. I tested it with Unix FTP servers, but the VMS part might be broken. Could someone with access to a VMS FTP server please try to compile the latest CVS sources and see if recursive

Re: VMS server testing needed (fwd)

2001-04-12 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"L. Cranswick" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Really silly question. When getting either 1.6 or the latest CVS down via CVS --- Where is the .configure script? It's not included because it's an auto-generated file. Info and `.gmo' files are not in the CVS for similar

Re: VMS server testing needed - RESULT -d output

2001-04-12 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
"L. Cranswick" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: # download everything under the anonymous tree. wget -r ftp://HOST/ bash-2.03$ ./wgetapr01cvs -r -d ftp://ftp.cc.uniud.it/ DEBUG output created by Wget 1.7-dev on irix6.5. [...] file name: '.WWW_BROWSABLE;2' Name: '.WWW_BROWSABLE' File

Hash table changes

2001-04-12 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
ges to make the code more readable. Finally, I've imported the new string hash functions from Gnome's glib library, which seems to behave much better than the old "Dragon Book" one, at least under my stress testing. src/ChangeLog: 2001-04-13 Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] * c

Re: Found something in wget that amho needs to be changed...

2001-04-13 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: root@main:/root# wget ftp://ftp:xxx123@0/x --03:51:19-- ftp://ftp:xx@0:21/x root@main:/root# wget ftp://ftp:xxx12x3@0/x --03:52:01-- ftp://ftp:xxx@0:21/x - It desplays the length of the password entered,and if you made it with **,then set e

url.c tweaks

2001-04-13 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
I'm slowly working on getting url.c presentable -- i.e. easier to understand and modify. We're not there yet, but it improves. 2001-04-14 Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] * retr.c (retrieve_url): Call uri_merge, not url_concat. * html-url.c (collect_tags_mapper): Call

Re: url.c tweaks

2001-04-13 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Sorry, this was meant for the -patches list.

Re: Configure, compile of Wget

2001-04-23 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have download the wget file from sunsolve .com. And i tried to compile and install but failed. Can u give me some advice? Thanks. The error messages are as below: loading cache ./config.cache configuring for GNU Wget 1.6 checking host system type...

Re: maybe wget bug

2001-04-23 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Hack Kampbjørn [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: You have hit one of Wget features, it is overzealous in converting URLs into canonical form. As you have discovered Wget first converts all encoded characters back to their real value and then encodes all those that are unsafe sending in URLs. It's a

Re: Wget query (very urgent)

2001-04-23 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Inderbir [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The second and the third queries are related to Wget on Linux. We've run Wget on a link to a directory structure in Linux and found that the mirror site generated has all the files which physically reside in the original site's directory structure.

Anon FTP password

2001-04-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Today I got mail by a user who complains about Wget sending the correct email address as anonymous password. His arguments are: I've seen that wget sends the email of the user when doing ANONYMOUS ftp gets. I see a lot of problems: - Sending the user email if the user doesn't know

Re: Anon FTP password

2001-04-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Following the example set by lftp, I'll change Wget to send -wget@ as anonymous FTP password, with the option of changing it. That way we will have a decent default, and enable the users who know what they're doing to change it to their email address, if

Re: Wget and i18n

2001-04-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Philipp Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: * Herold Heiko ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [20010426 18:42]: bugfix), now still ctype.h is included in winnt.h, compilation fails. (We always knew winnt is an *old* system, but this proves it :). Any idea what would be a sensible way to cover this ?

Re: Wget and i18n

2001-04-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Drazen Kacar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hm. But that only prevents ctype.h from being included and not the functions from being used. That's OK, but it's not foolproof. Right. And it causes problems on machines that include ctype.h through another header file. Which is why I am strongly

Re: Wget and i18n

2001-04-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Drazen Kacar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hrvoje Niksic wrote: Drazen Kacar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hm. But that only prevents ctype.h from being included and not the functions from being used. That's OK, but it's not foolproof. Right. And it causes problems on machines

Re: Downloading multiple files with -O

2001-04-27 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Christian Fraenkel [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Since I'd like to download multiple files using -O I'm seeking for a solution to distingish between the different parts(files). Is there a way to do this? Not really. I guess you could use the save headers option, though...

Re: et.po for wget-1.6

2001-04-27 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Hiroshi Takekawa [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: since there seems to be problems with translation project site, I'll post et.po update here. Thanks for the translation; I've now updated it in the 1.6 and the 1.7 CVS branch. Please update ja.po

Re: Fix safe-ctype ctype detection

2001-04-27 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: (Re: defining inline to nothing) That's strange...VC understands inline. Maybe not in the C environment? Or maybe Herold inadvertently chose a strict ANSI or something? Try substituting ( #defining ) ftruncate to chsize. I had this problem when trying to compile

Re: Netrc Error

2001-04-28 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
SoloCDM [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Why do I get the following error from ~/.netrc when I execute wget -v --follow-ftp --retr-symlinks --glob=on -N -r -l0 --tries=0 --no-parent -k -o log - $(date +%r %Z -:- %A, %B %d, %Y)': wget: /home/[user_dir]/.netrc:4: unknown token The error never

Re: Fix safe-ctype ctype detection

2001-04-28 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Herold Heiko [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: OK, after some other needed testing (Hrvoje easily caught my faulty wgetrc problem) it does seem to work correctly with __inline and chsize. The attached patch will change what is needed ( windows\{Makefile.src,wget.dep,config.h.ms} for the latest

Re: Make Errors

2001-04-29 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
SoloCDM [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I executed the following commands without any errors. I'm still getting version 1.6 with wget -V. Do you have Wget 1.6 somewhere in your path? Have you tried cd-ing to src and running `./wget -V'?

Re: Cookies Error Message

2001-04-29 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
SoloCDM [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I know the default for --cookies is on, but I used it as --cookies=on, and the following error message displayed: wget: option `--cookies' doesn't allow an argument Thanks for the report; this should now be fixed in CVS. Even without the cookie option on

Re: Cookies Error Message

2001-04-29 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
SoloCDM [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I need to get wget and all its friends installed to their proper directories. Run `make install' (as root). That will also install the man and info documentation, site-wide init file, etc. I understand better. It will just take some experimenting.

Re: POST encoding

2001-04-30 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Will Fish [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I recently wanted to send info to a cgi script in POST encoded format, I found that the version of wget I had on suse6.4 only supports GET (url encoded) so wrote a quick hack to send url encoded wget commands in post format I added this as a -M switch. I

Re: Timestamping mode sets bad timestamps - wget 1.6.

2001-05-08 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Artur Zaprzala [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: This patch contains even more simple solution. It is *always* a good idea to check with the latest CVS sources before sending a patch. mktime_from_utc has been rewritten and should now work correctly with DST. static time_t mktime_from_utc (struct

Re: New and improved Makefile.watcom

2001-05-14 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: This is a rewrite of Makefile.watcom Thanks; I've put it in the repository. # Copy this file to the ..\src directory (maybe rename to Makefile). Also: # copy config.h.ms ..\src\config.h Maybe we should provide a win-build script (or something) that does this

Re: cookies proxy server

2001-05-14 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
. It uses the proxy server name when looking for matches in the cookies. Of course it needs to match against the real URL. Yup. Does this patch fix the problem? 2001-05-14 Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] * http.c (gethttp): Use real URL data for cookies, not the cookie stuff

Re: New and improved Makefile.watcom

2001-05-14 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Herold Heiko [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Maybe we should provide a win-build script (or something) that does this automatically? Isn't this what configure.bat is for ? I guess. I know next to nothing about the Windows stuff; I assumed `configure.bat' handles only one build environment.

Re: Can't get the -nc option working

2001-05-14 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Tim D. Scheibe [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have a problem with using the -nc option. No matter what I do, I always get the msg : Can't timestamp and not clobber old files at the same time. [...] I'm NOT using a '.wgetrc-file'. Are you absolutely sure about that? Are you sure that there is

Re: New and improved Makefile.watcom

2001-05-14 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: One thing I don't understand: why do you optimize for size? Doesn't it almost always make sense to optimize for speed instead? Because I like small and sleek executables :-) No comment. Are there any processor-intensive bits in wget ? Most of the time it'll

Re: win binary

2001-05-14 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Herold Heiko [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Most recent binaries compiled by myself for windows didn't have ssl enabled correctly due to a simple bug. A source bug or a build bug?

Re: New and improved Makefile.watcom

2001-05-14 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Here's another edition of Makefile.watcom (See attached file: Makefile.watcom) Committed; thanks.

Re: regetting 'file not found' (404)

2001-05-16 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
J Scott Jaderholm [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Is there a way to have wget reget the files until it succeeds? It's a bit weird that the download fails non-deterministically, and it indicates a serious problem on the server, but as you don't control it, here is what you can do with Wget: Yes,

Re: Yet another Makefile.watcom :-)

2001-05-16 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: An hour of careful debugging can save you five minutes of reading the documentation :-) (See attached file: Makefile.watcom) This version gets rid of the ugly double list of object files (one for the linker, one for the dependencies ). Thanks for the patch;

Re: WGET for OS/2 and Proxy-Server

2001-05-17 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Doug Kaufman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: if ((proxy = getenv(http_proxy)) == NULL) { proxy = getenv(HTTP_PROXY); } That's what I plan to do.

Re: whether forget to free memory?

2001-05-18 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
fanlb [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Would u1 been leaved in memory,if allocation for u1 were succeeded but u2 failed? If any memory allocation fails, Wget exits with an appropriate error message.

Re: whether forget to free memory?

2001-05-18 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Edward J. Sabol [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I think there's a valid point here. The memory allocation part of the question was misleading though. There is a memory leak in url_equal() if the second parseurl() returns a value other than URLOK. Ah, right, of course. But I guess this is a

Re: interesting output

2001-05-23 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
etoffi jones [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: i've been getting something interesting from wget, which can be seen the 4th line below: --18:04:05-- http://www.gamasutra.com:80/features/19990212/pathdemo.zip = `pathdemo.zip' Connecting to www.gamasutra.com:80... connected! HTTP

OpenSSL checking rewritten

2001-05-24 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
something like `--with-ssl=auto[detect]', and make it the default. But that will have to wait for 1.8. Until then, please check whether this works in all cases. 2001-05-25 Hrvoje Niksic [EMAIL PROTECTED] * configure.in: Rewrote OpenSSL library detection. Now the code loops over

Re: POST request with wget

2001-05-25 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Jharana [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: hi, can i send a POST request (i.e I want to send some data of my own to the url.) with wget? No. Several patches that add POST functionality have been floating around, but none had been applied. I plan to look into it for the next release.

Re: OpenSSL checking rewritten

2001-05-25 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Maciej W. Rozycki [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Would it be possible to add a default to AC_TRY_RUN or place it under AC_CACHE_VAL so that cross-compiling works? I have no idea what AC_CACHE_VAL is. I know that AC_TRY_RUN can be given a parameter that tells it what to do when cross-compiling.

Re: SVR4 compile error

2001-05-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Andre Majorel [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Compiling Wget 1.6 on an SVR4 derivative (NCR MP-RAS 3.0), I got this strange error: I think the problem is that Wget 1.6 tried to force strict ANSI mode out of the compiler. Try running make like this: make CC=cc CFLAGS=-g See if it compiles

Re: -c option, again

2001-05-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Henrik van Ginhoven [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Neither english nor networking are my native languages, but with ``continued downloads'' I take it wget means ``continue on a file where you left off'', which in this case would be untrue, because sunet.se does support it. But Wget *thinks* that

Wget 1.7-pre1 available for testing

2001-05-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
The pre-release of Wget is now available for testing. Please download it and see if it conforms to standards, expectations, if it compiles out of the box, etc. The pre-release is available at: ftp://gnjilux.srk.fer.hr/pub/unix/util/wget/.betas/wget-1.7-pre1.tar.gz If all goes well, I plan

Re: -c option, again

2001-05-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Henrik van Ginhoven [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: $ src/wget -d -c -r -np http://ftp.sunet.se/pub/gnu/wget/ I assume that ftp.sunet.se/pub/gnu/wget/index.html already exists at this point. /.../ ---request begin--- GET /pub/gnu/wget/ HTTP/1.0 User-Agent: Wget/1.7-pre1 Host: ftp.sunet.se

Re: -c option, again

2001-05-26 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Henrik van Ginhoven [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Sat, May 26, 2001 at 01:56:41PM +0200, Hrvoje Niksic wrote: Sp00l [EMAIL PROTECTED] (d'uh, damn mail) writes: Aah.. Yes, you are right as always. However, once wget determine the (index.html) file to be completely downloaded, shouldn't

Re: about translation

2001-05-27 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
R.I.P. Deaddog [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Seems release is near... so updated translation to avoid too much trouble later. Btw, is string freeze ongoing or not started yet? The problem is: I don't have a concept of string freeze. And I think such concept is silly, given the strife it can

Re: OpenSSL checking rewritten

2001-05-28 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Maciej W. Rozycki [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 25 May 2001, Hrvoje Niksic wrote: Ah yes, I understand. Due to SSL shared libs being placed in weird places, they cannot always be located by the dynamic linker. Even worse -- the dynamic linker doesn't find them even when they're

Re: OpenSSL checking rewritten

2001-05-28 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Maciej W. Rozycki [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: But do we need to know? We need to detect whether the library exists and is linkable, so that we can for instance set the appropriate preprocessor and makefile vraiebls. The only problem is an inconsistency between the configure script and the

Re: OpenSSL checking rewritten

2001-05-28 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Maciej W. Rozycki [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: directly (that is bad juju). Libtool, on the other hand, *is* invoking linker directly. But I'm digressing. That's an internal implementation detail. I think we shouldn't care as long as it works. Note that invoking ${LD} may have side

Re: OpenSSL checking rewritten

2001-05-28 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Maciej W. Rozycki [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I mean the Try to autodetect runtime library flag[...] script fragment. If we convinced AC_CHECK_LIB to invoke `libtool --mode=link ${LD}' instead of just `${LD}' we could get rid of it. I was reminded why this won't work. Because libtool simply

Re: Question

2001-05-30 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Shellabarger Scott - sshell [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Can I use Wget to retreive files through https? Yes, but you need the version 1.7, which is about to be released.

Re: translations 1.7? (Re: Question)

2001-05-30 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Karl Eichwalder [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 30 May 2001, Hrvoje Niksic wrote: Yes, but you need the version 1.7, which is about to be released. If a pre-release is available I'd like to install the .pot file of this pre-release package on the Translation Robot site (http

Re: wget 1.6 problems with FTP globbing through a Squid firewall

2001-05-31 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Paul Eggert [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm using wget 1.6 on Solaris 8 (sparc), and am connected to the Internet via a Squid 2.3.STABLE4 proxy server on a host named 'firewall'. I can access single files OK, but I can't use FTP globbing. That's true. You need to use somethign like: wget

Re: wget 1.6 inconveniences with FTP access through a FWTK firewall

2001-05-31 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Paul Eggert [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Perhaps if ftp_proxy is an FTP URL, wget should assume a FWTK-style proxy? (Currently it rejects such a setting.) That sounds reasonable. I'll have to look into FWTK proxies, which look like a Good Thing anyway.

Re: HowTo unsubscribe - Was: OpenSSL checking rewritten

2001-05-31 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
James C. Mcmaster [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Hack =?iso-8859-1?Q?Kampbj=F8rn?= said: As so many other questions, this is answered on the web-site (http://sunsite.dk/wget/): To unsubscribe to a list, send an email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] For more

Re: wget 1.6 problems with FTP globbing through a Squid firewall

2001-06-01 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Paul Eggert [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: * A command like wget -rl1 'ftp://elsie.nci.nih.gov/pub/' -A'tz*.tar.gz' is less natural than wget 'ftp://elsie.nci.nih.gov/pub/tz*.tar.gz'. Yes. I feel that the Right Thing would be for Wget to DWIM and translate the glob pattern into a -A form when

Re: fooling around...

2001-06-01 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Herold Heiko [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: in a moment of madness. Windows binary pre-1.7 is involved, so beware. First problem: possibly there is some problem in the win binary related to cookies, with a large cookies.txt file (500) wget does seem to segfault (Memory could not be read...) while

Re: Any speculation as to when GA(generally available stable for pu blic consumption) version of wget v 1.7 w/SSL will be released...

2001-06-02 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Dominic Caffey [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Any speculation as to when GA(generally available stable for public consumption) version of wget v 1.7 w/SSL will be released. I plan to do it during this weekend.

Re: Wget 1.7-pre1 available for testing

2001-06-02 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Andre Majorel [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Tried it on NCR MP-RAS 3.0 : Thanks for testing it. - The CC -cX problem in wget 1.6 is fixed. Good. :-) You mean -Xc? I decided that strict ANSI mode is the wrong thing to look for. Among other things, it turns off useful extensions such as `long

Re: wget/src/ftp-ls.c: tiny typo

2001-06-03 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Karl Eichwalder [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: And yes, to re-release a package on account of late translations is a good idea. I'll answer later in detail. But I don't think it's a good idea to separate all translations from the main package; The strategy of re-releasing the whole package

Re: wget/src/ftp-ls.c: tiny typo

2001-06-03 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Karl Eichwalder [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Would be okay with me. Just increase the version number (reserve the first 3 numbers for programming realated issue and the 4th number for translations): 1.7 The normal forthcoming release. Then 1.7.0.1 Only translations

Re: wget/src/ftp-ls.c: tiny typo

2001-06-03 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
R.I.P. Deaddog [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Actually not many software other than wget can benefit this way. Other software needs to have ALL_LINGUAS changed if any new translation is added. Wget is using a combination of ls and sed for ALL_LINGUAS, but that doesn't work trivially with all

Re: wget/src/ftp-ls.c: tiny typo

2001-06-03 Thread Hrvoje Niksic
Karl Eichwalder [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It doesn't really. The files I get through the Translation Project are more a burden than a help for me. They always come too late and I don't know what to do with them. Several files for 1.7-pre1 were processed the last 2 or 3 days. I didn't

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