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Re: Lack of wget-ssl (was: Accepted wget 1.8.1-6.1 (i386 source))

On Fre, 13 Dez 2002, Tomasz Papszun wrote:

> > > What can I do if I want to have https support in wget installed on my
> > > systems? I can't uninstall wget-ssl and install wget from woody as it
> > > doesn't support https.
> > > Am I to use wget from "testing" (1.8.2-5)? Is it safe?
> > 
> > I suggest you indeed get the source for the wget package in testing
> > and rebuild that for woody.
> But files for "testing" aren't fixed yet, I'm afraid.
> wget_1.8.2.orig.tar.gz is dated 29 May 2002  and
> wget_1.8.2-5.diff.gz is 25 Aug 2002.
> "Unstable" .diff.gz is fixed (wget_1.8.2-8.diff.gz 11 Dec 2002) but not
> "testing" one.
> We can expect "testing" fixed in a couple of days, can't we. Noel?

the fixed wget 1.8.2-8 will go into testing with the normal testing cycle
so you/we have to wait for the fixed glibc.

As Wichert aready wrote you have to rebuild 1.8.2-8 on you sarge machine.

	Noèl Köthe

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