Re: Release: GNU Wget 1.11

2008-01-30 Thread Preetam Joshi
Hello Micah,

Thanks for the help i just had one more query that is

I have compiled the wget package by configuring it with ntlm option.
So does that mean i can get thru proxy servers which have ntlm
authentication. I have provided the necessary username and password.

Please do reply!

Thanks and Regards,

Preetam

On 1/30/08, Micah Cowan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
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 Preetam Joshi wrote:
  Apologies if posting on wrng link but i am badly in need of help.
 
  I am trying to use wget following is the syntax
 
  wget -d --proxy-user=someuser --proxy-password=somepasswd
  http://10.16.0.35:80/www.google.com/

 Yeah... that's not how you use a proxy. The proxy shouldn't show up in
 the actual URL you're trying to get. I'm guessing you want:

   $ wget --proxy-user=someuser \
   --proxy-password=somepasswd -e http_proxy=http://10.16.0.35/ \
   www.google.com

 Good luck! :)

 BTW, it's considered good etiquette to start a completely new thread if
 your topic isn't the same as the one in the message you're responding to.

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Re: Release: GNU Wget 1.11

2008-01-30 Thread Micah Cowan
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Preetam Joshi wrote:
 Hello Micah,
 
 Thanks for the help i just had one more query that is
 
 I have compiled the wget package by configuring it with ntlm option.
 So does that mean i can get thru proxy servers which have ntlm
 authentication. I have provided the necessary username and password.

Ah; unfortunately not: currently, Wget only supports the insecure
Basic HTTP authentication mechanism for proxies. An enhancement
request has been filed for this issue, but it may be some time before I
get to it (patches, of course, are appreciated. ;) ).

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RE: Release: GNU Wget 1.11

2008-01-29 Thread Christopher G. Lewis
You've all trumped my announcement! :-)

Anyway - I've built the windows files for 1.11 and posted them to my web
site: http://www.christopherlewis.com/WGet/WGetFiles.htm .  The SSL
libraries are still 0.9.8b, and are included in the download.

Christopher G. Lewis
http://www.ChristopherLewis.com
 

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 (Accidentally hit Reply instead of Reply-All)
 
 Willener, Pat wrote:
  Are there any 1.11 executables available for any platforms?
 
 Not from us; we just release the source packages. I suspect that Noèl
 Köthe will probably have Debian unstable packages out before too long
 (and RedHat and derivatives already have a large portion of the 1.11
 code in their 1.10.2 packages ;) ).
 
 Windows binaries are kept regularly updated by Christopher Lewis
 (http://www.christopherlewis.com); I imagine there'll be an official
 1.11 package there shortly, but actually, the existing TRUNK package
 there is not very dissimilar from the final 1.11 release, so might as
 well grab that (if you're looking for Windows binaries).
 
 However, if you're on a Unix-like system, the source packages are
 intended to be pretty easy to compile into binaries (read the INSTALL
 instructions provided). You should probably have the 
 development version
 of the OpenSSL packages (the libssl-dev package on Debian systems;
 openssl-devel on RedHat derivatives).
 
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Re: Release: GNU Wget 1.11

2008-01-29 Thread Preetam Joshi
Hello all,

Apologies if posting on wrng link but i am badly in need of help.

I am trying to use wget following is the syntax

wget -d --proxy-user=someuser --proxy-password=somepasswd
http://10.16.0.35:80/www.google.com/


The response that i get back is


X-Squid-Error: ERR_INVALID_URL 0



On Jan 30, 2008 8:49 AM, Christopher G. Lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 You've all tr umped my announcement! :-)

 Anyway - I've built the windows files for 1.11 and posted them to my web
 site: http://www.christopherlewis.com/WGet/WGetFiles.htm .  The SSL
 libraries are still 0.9.8b, and are included in the download.

 Christopher G. Lewis
 http://www.ChristopherLewis.com


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  Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 12:19 AM
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  Subject: Re: Release: GNU Wget 1.11
 
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  (Accidentally hit Reply instead of Reply-All)
 
  Willener, Pat wrote:
   Are there any 1.11 executables available for any platforms?
 
  Not from us; we just release the source packages. I suspect that Noèl
  Köthe will probably have Debian unstable packages out before too long
  (and RedHat and derivatives already have a large portion of the 1.11
  code in their 1.10.2 packages ;) ).
 
  Windows binaries are kept regularly updated by Christopher Lewis
  (http://www.christopherlewis.com); I imagine there'll be an official
  1.11 package there shortly, but actually, the existing TRUNK package
  there is not very dissimilar from the final 1.11 release, so might as
  well grab that (if you're looking for Windows binaries).
 
  However, if you're on a Unix-like system, the source packages are
  intended to be pretty easy to compile into binaries (read the INSTALL
  instructions provided). You should probably have the
  development version
  of the OpenSSL packages (the libssl-dev package on Debian systems;
  openssl-devel on RedHat derivatives).
 
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Preetam
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Fax: 4005 2899

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Re: Release: GNU Wget 1.11

2008-01-27 Thread Jochen Roderburg
Zitat von Micah Cowan [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


 It gives me great pleasure to announce the release of

   GNU Wget 1.11

 It's been over two years since the last release, 1.10.2, but we've made
 it. (Thanks mainly to the efforts of Wget's previous maintainer, Mauro
 Tortonesi - thanks Mauro!)


Hurrah, hurrah,  congratulations  ;-)

Jochen Roderburg
ZAIK/RRZK
University of Cologne
Robert-Koch-Str. 10Tel.:   +49-221/478-7024
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RE: Release: GNU Wget 1.11

2008-01-27 Thread Willener, Pat
Are there any 1.11 executables available for any platforms?

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From: Micah Cowan [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 04:22
To: Wget; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Release: GNU Wget 1.11

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It gives me great pleasure to announce the release of

  GNU Wget 1.11

It's been over two years since the last release, 1.10.2, but we've made
it. (Thanks mainly to the efforts of Wget's previous maintainer, Mauro
Tortonesi - thanks Mauro!)

The source code is available available at
  - http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/wget/
  - ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/wget/

Documentation is at
  - http://www.gnu.org/software/wget/manual/

Wget now has a wiki! The Wget Wgiki, http://wget.addictivecode.org/

.

Among the various improvements over version 1.10.2 are:
  - Migration to the GPLv3+ license.
  - Improvements to the HTTP password authentication code, bringing
it a little closer to RFC compliance (more is needed).
  - Basic support for respecting filenames specified via
`Content-Disposition' headers (turned on with --content-disposition,
but please read the documentation).
  - An --ignore-case option to make wildcard- and suffix-matching
case-sensitive.
  - The --spider feature is working again (was broken in previous
release).
  - Myriad bug-fixes (of course!).

We're excited about Wget's future, with such planned improvements as:
  - Support for downloading and converting links in CSS files and
stylesheet elements/attributes.
  - Support for using GNUTLS to handle encrypted sessions.
  - Better international support (IRIs, IDNs).
  - HTTP/1.1
  - Regex-based filename accept/reject.
  - Content-Type-based accept/reject.
  - More efficient/complete support for Content-Disposition, to be
enabled by default.
  - Fully RFC-compliant HTTP authentication.
  - Non-echoing password prompting.

And (more down-the-road):
  - Support for processing multiple simultaneous connections
  - Better fine-grained control over configuration settings (such as
URI-specific settings).
  - A more generalized resource-storage mechanism, allowing not only
recursive fetches to the filesystem, but to (say) tarballs or
MIME multipart/related entities (.mht files), etc.

.

The GNU Wget project is in serious need of development help. If you'd like
to ensure that the next release of Wget arrives before another two years
elapse, please, _please_ get involved. See
http://wget.addictivecode.org/HelpingWithWget for information on how you
can help out.

We also currently have an IRC channel, #wget on irc.freenode.net.
Various people are come there to ask questions about using Wget, but
currently only the project maintainer is hanging around to answer them
(when I'm able!). If you've found Wget to be a valuable tool, and would
like to help other people learn how to make good use of it (or, of
course, if you have questions about how to use it yourself), please do
come by!

.

GNU Wget was originally written by Hrvoje Niksic, who graciously donated
it to the Free Software Foundation.

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