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[Bug-wget] Improve verbose output when Server does not honour Range Head
[Bug-wget] Improve verbose output when Server does not honour Range Headers
Sun, 28 Apr 2013 12:08:16 +0530
As pointed out by Bug #38281, the verbose output of Wget should clearly
inform the user that the Range Header was ignored and Wget will re-download
the complete file.
This patch checks if wget had requested a Range through hs->restval and if
the response statcode is 200 OK instead of 206 Partial Content, it prints
to screen a message regarding the same.
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