Re: wget does not compile with SSL support

2007-10-12 Thread Micah Cowan
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Thomas Wolff wrote:
 So I think it's clear the version thus produced was invoked.

Yeah, guess it couldn't be that easy! :)

Hm... well, can you verify that src/config.h has been correctly
generated to #define HAVE_SSL? If you go to src/ and type rm url.o;
make url.o CFLAGS=-E | $PAGER, what does the definition of
supported_schemes look like?

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Re: wget does not compile with SSL support

2007-10-12 Thread Thomas Wolff
 Thomas Wolff wrote:
  Hi,
  as requested, I am sending you the output of configure and config.log 
  for checking the problem that my compiled wget does not retrieve 
  over https (Unsupported scheme).

 Thomas, I don't see that anything went wrong at all with the
 configuration. This makes me think that you're not actually using the
 wget that you built when you try to use https.

 What does command -v wget give? How about whereis wget?

I did check this potential problem as follows:

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/opt/wget-1.10.2 ls -l config.log src/wget
-rw-r--r--   1 demsn702 mdd82290 Oct 11 18:11 config.log
-rwxr-xr-x   1 demsn702 mdd  1600208 Oct 11 18:15 src/wget
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/opt/wget-1.10.2 ./src/wget https://x.y
https://x.y: Unsupported scheme.
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~/opt/wget-1.10.2 

So I think it's clear the version thus produced was invoked.

Regards,
Thomas


Re: wget does not compile with SSL support

2007-10-11 Thread Micah Cowan
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Thomas Wolff wrote:
 Hi,
 as requested, I am sending you the output of configure and config.log 
 for checking the problem that my compiled wget does not retrieve 
 over https (Unsupported scheme).

Thomas, I don't see that anything went wrong at all with the
configuration. This makes me think that you're not actually using the
wget that you built when you try to use https.

What does command -v wget give? How about whereis wget?

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