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Re: [Bug-wget] bug 21693

From: Darshit Shah
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] bug 21693
Date: Sun, 6 Oct 2013 00:12:42 +0530

Hi Pawel,

Glad that you would like to contribute to GNU Wget.
The bug that you have mentioned, #21693 seems to have been fixed by Micah
himself. The comments state that a patch was applied through commit edd30.

You should try and test whether the bug still exists or not. Try going
through the details for fnmatch() and see if you can make the code fail. If
so, please create a test for the same and fix it.

In case the bug is already fixed, please look at a couple of other open
bugs, and try fixing those. The bug tracker hasn't been updated in a while
and may not be up-to-date.

Do remember, that in case you do submit a non-trivial patch (>10 lines),
you will be required to submit Copyright Assignment to FSF before your
patch can be merged. Giuseppe, the maintainer can fill you in on those
details as and when required.

BTW, Wget v1.14 has been out for nearly a year now.

On Sat, Oct 5, 2013 at 9:15 PM, SEITAZ <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I want to give it a go in supporting wget, I'm dooing c for some years now
> and I thought I give the gnu/fsf ide a shot ;)
> Just couple of questions.
> Now.. I've found something small to work on, namely bug 21693, which is
> scheduled for release 1.13.
> I've got the source from git, got it build, and:
> # src/wget --version
> GNU Wget 1.14.84-7e85 built on linux-gnu.
> So the version moved to 1.14.x but the bug from 1.13 is still open, is it?
> If it realy is please sign me up for it.
> Thanks,
> Pawel

Thanking You,
Darshit Shah

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