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Re: [Bug-wget] Segmentation fault with current development version of wg
Re: [Bug-wget] Segmentation fault with current development version of wget
Tue, 30 Apr 2013 22:31:26 +0530
Okay, I could not prevent myself from looking into it.
It seems as if the SUSPEND_POST_DATA macro was being called during a
recursive download attempt.
Attaching a hack around the situation. Will look more deeply when I have
more time to identify what caused the regression.
On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 9:09 PM, Darshit Shah <address@hidden> wrote:
> I'm in the middle of University exams at the moment. I'll still have a
> look at it tomorrow when I get a breather.
> However, it looks like wget is converting any method to a POST request
> which is weird since that should have caused it to fail most of the tests.
> I'll have to look into it and check what is causing this issue.
> On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 8:46 PM, Tim Ruehsen <address@hidden> wrote:
>> you can even reproduce it with a simple
>> wget -r http://translationproject.org/latest/make
>> Darshit, maybe you can have a look at it. It has something to do with
>> opt.method (set to read-only "POST" in http.c, line 1772).
>> Even with --method=GET opt.method points to "POST". And the code tries to
>> uppercase it inline.
>> Regards, Tim
>> Am Tuesday 30 April 2013 schrieb Stefano Lattarini:
>> > Here is the reproducer:
>> > $ wget --passive-ftp -nv --recursive --level=1 --no-directories
>> > --no-parent \ --no-check-certificate -A '*.po'
>> > http://translationproject.org/latest/make 2013-04-30 16:41:25
>> > URL:https://translationproject.org/latest/make/ [5489/5489] -> "make"
>> > Segmentation fault
>> > Sorry, I don't have to look into this more deeply ATM, not to provide
>> > further feedback. Hope you can reproduce this yourself; otherwise, I'll
>> > try to get back to you in the next days.
>> > Regards, and HTH,
>> > Stefano
>> Mit freundlichem Gruß
>> Tim Rühsen
> Thanking You,
> Darshit Shah
> Research Lead, Code Innovation
> Kill Code Phobia.
> B.E.(Hons.) Mechanical Engineering, '14. BITS-Pilani
Research Lead, Code Innovation
Kill Code Phobia.
B.E.(Hons.) Mechanical Engineering, '14. BITS-Pilani
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