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Package: w3mir
Version: 1:1.0.10-1
Severity: wishlist

Hi, I want to mirror a site, but it uses gzip encoding.
w3mir does not decode the index page, resulting in not seeing it is HTML
at all and not retrieving the rest of the site.


-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux pc1 2.4.20 #3 ÷ò äåê 19 16:05:14 EET 2002 i686
Locale: LANG=bg_BG.CP1251, LC_CTYPE=bg_BG.CP1251

Versions of packages w3mir depends on:
ii  libmime-base64-perl           2.12-4.1   MIME/Base64 decoding for Perl
ii  libwww-perl                   5.65-0.1   WWW client/server library for Perl
ii  perl [libmime-base64-perl]    5.8.0-15   Larry Wall's Practical Extraction 
pn  perl5                                    Not found.

-- no debconf information

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