Valery Kondakoff <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > When downloading wget displays 'a' character insted of '.' (dot) in > a file length. Here is a screenshot > http://www.nncron.ru/temp/wget.jpg (GNU Wget 1.10.1 under WinXP > SP2). Is this a bug or this is intentional behaviour? Am I doing > smth wrong?
It's a bug. The "a" character is probably the thousand separator, but I don't understand why it is displayed in that way. If you understand Windows C programming, take a look at the function `add_thousand_seps' in utils.c (http://svn.dotsrc.org/repo/wget/branches/1.10/src/utils.c) and see if you can spot anything wrong. The thousand grouping data comes directly from the call to localeconv(), which is ANSI C.