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Re: [ocaml-http] Debian apt-proxy/apt-cacher replacement

Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@debian.org> writes:

> On Tue, Feb 01, 2005 at 01:24:18PM -0500, Eric C. Cooper wrote:
>> Thanks, the new interface is all I need now for HTTP methods.  But I
>> also need FTP methods for some repositories, and maybe also HTTPS,
>> preferably with a consistent interface.  Libcurl gives me this "for
>> free".
> Ok, I can consider adding HTTPS support, but not in the near future.
> Regarding FTP it would be easy to implement, but it wont definitely be
> part of ocaml-http, I would have to change the name :)
>> BTW, approx is already packaged (i.e., there's a debian/ directory and
>> the package builds without any error from lintian/linda).  But I'm a
> BTW, for people interested in packaging approx: I could made a release
> if needed and even upload an official debian package. Regarding libcurl,
> Enrico Tassi, a guy interested in maintaining ocaml debian packages
> currently in the NM process, has uploaded a few days ago the debian
> package of ocurl. But we need to wait the manual processing by the ftp
> masters since it is a new package.
> Cheers.

Then lets add the approx so they can be processed as pair and show
usage of ocurl.


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