On Sat, 2010-08-21 at 12:07 -0500, Chris wrote: > Greetings everyone, > > I am trying to set my debian/watch correctly. The upstream > site allows you to download (wget for example) with something like: > > wget http://www.foo.com/ihave/files/here/foo.tar.gz > > However, the source code behind URL shows this: > http://www.foo.com/ihave/files/here/foo.tar.gz?format=raw > > Simply having http://www.foo.com/ihave/files/here/foo-(.*)\.tar\.gz > in the debian/watch files downloads an html file. > > Can someone please advise on the proper way to get a file with the > ?format=raw Something like: opts=filenamemangle=s/\?format=raw$// \ http://www.foo.com/ihave/files/here/foo-(.*)\.tar\.gz\?format=raw Ben. -- Ben Hutchings Once a job is fouled up, anything done to improve it makes it worse.
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