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Re: Bug#525350: hardcoded s3.amazonaws.com prevents use with walrus

Hi there:

Thanks for the bug report.

However, as this package is not Debian-specific, I would suggest
reporting the bug upstream in the CPAN Request Tracker. If we don't
hear back from the author in due time (maybe a week or two), then we
can look into a Debian patch.

I think the preferred thing is to avoid patching in Debian if we can
do so, and the changes you propose would benefit a wider audience than
just Debian users.

I have thus taken the liberty of forwarding this bug to the Request
Tracker as RT#45261. It is available at:

I assume that this relates to the most recent version of that package
available -- that is, the upstream 0.50. Next time it may be useful
for you to note that in your bug report.

I have Cc'd both the Debian Perl list as well as bug BTS#525350 on the
Debian tracker, so you can keep updated on changes to this action



On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 5:40 PM, Joey Hess <joeyh@debian.org> wrote:
> Package: libnet-amazon-s3-perl
> Severity: normal
> s3.amazonaws.com is hardcoded throughout the code. If this were moved to
> a single, configurable variable, then it would be possible to use this
> library to talk to a s3 compatible server such as walrus
> (http://eucalyptus.cs.ucsb.edu/wiki/EucalyptusStorage_v1.4)
> --
> see shy jo
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