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Re: [Bug-wget] GNU wget 1.14 released

From: Ray Satiro
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] GNU wget 1.14 released
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2012 23:29:21 -0700 (PDT)

> From: Alex <address@hidden>

>First three with assertion ('ioctl() failed. The socket could not be set as 

That's fatal. You shouldn't see 'ioctl() failed. The socket could not be set as 
blocking.'. I don't see that on Vista x86. Which version of Windows are you 

>./configure --enable-iri --with-ssl=openssl 
>--with-libssl-prefix=/usr/local/ssl CFLAGS="-Os" LDFLAGS="-static" && make && 
>make check
>To enable openssl support string 34490 in "configure" changed from '*" -l"*) 
>LIBS="$LIBSSL $LIBS" ;;' to '*" -l"*) LIBS="$LIBS $LIBSSL" ;;'. In other case 
>can't find openssl.

I didn't have a problem linking to openssl. I used to but there were changes 
made a while back to fix linking to openssl on mingw. Maybe it's your 
configuration? I'm using openssl 1.0.x libs in c:\mingw\lib and includes in 
c:\mingw\include\openssl. All I do is specify --with-ssl=openssl. 

>test_dir_matches_p#10 in utils.c falsified (string 2542 changed to '{ { 
>"*COMPLETE", NULL, NULL }, "foo/!COMPLETE", true },')

test_dir_matches_p has failed for a long long time. There is a thread here 
about the problems with fnmatch:

>Problem with HUGE resulting size (around 2 Mb, but I see static linked version 
>of 1.13.4 with size 512 Kb. Sure, with UPX). Please, can anyone help?

Either you link to the DLLs or you end up with a bigger executable.

Here are the tests that failed for me:

FAIL: Test-ftp-bad-list.px
FAIL: Test-ftp-recursive.px
FAIL: Test-ftp-iri-recursive.px
FAIL: Test-k.px

The Test-k fails because windows doesn't allow a colon in the filename. The 
Test-ftp fails I don't know about, but I'll guess it's file related.

Here's my log (ignore the test_dir_matches_p result.. I changed the utils.c 
source so it would "pass").

Here's the build:

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