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Re: [Bug-wget] Error in building source code

From: Darshit Shah
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] Error in building source code
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2014 13:33:59 +0530

On Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 1:15 PM, Tim Ruehsen <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Wednesday 16 July 2014 23:37:20 Darshit Shah wrote:
>> Hi Sagar,
>> libpsl is a new package that is being developed by Tim Ruehsen. You
>> can check out the development of libpsl on the link provided to you by
>> Jure.
>> If I remember correctly, libpsl has been packaged for and is available
>> in debian unstable, and by extension in Ubuntu. If you're not on a
>> debian derived system, you'll have to download and compile libpsl on
>> your own. It's not too difficult though.
> It has been packaged, yes, but it is still in the Debian NEW queue waiting for
> approval.
Aah! I was not aware of that. Anyways, we look forward to libpsl being
packaged, so that it makes it easier for everyone to use it.
>> In case, you don't want to use libpsl, you can simply configure wget
>> with the --without-libpsl flag to disable libpsl support.
> Maybe Jure does not have the latest git version ?
> If libpsl is not installed, HAVE_LIBPSL is not defined and in cookies.c you
> correctly coded:
> #ifdef HAVE_LIBPSL
> # include <libpsl.h>
> #endif
> To be *absolutely* correct, configure.ac should check for libpsl.h with
> AC_CHECK_HEADERS(libpsl.h) and you should include libpsl.h like this
> #ifdef HAVE_LIBPSL_H
> #include <libpsl.h>
> #endif
> But that is not the problem here, I think.
>> >> P.S - I'm working on the parallel-wget branch for the new Wget Test
>> >> Suite.
> Arg, yes parallel-wget is missing something.
> cookie.c includes libpsl.h without checking for HAVE_LIBPSL.
Yes. This was fixed in master after the merge into parallel-wget was completed.

> @Guiseppe: could you please merge the last change(s) from master ?
Guiseppe, I guess we can safely merge master into parallel-wget for
now. Could you please make the merge whenever possible?
> Tim

Thanking You,
Darshit Shah

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