Subject: Re: pkg/24217: Wrong use of usleep() in wget 1.9.1 pkg
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Christian Biere <email@example.com>
Date: 01/25/2004 17:39:57
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Jesper Louis Andersen wrote:
> There is a couple of things the wget folk suggested. First, they have
> rewritten the part to use nanosleep() in their CVS-version. I noted to=20
> them, that this call too can return EINVAL but I am not sure if it=20
> has impact. To me it seems like they will face exactly the same problem,
> but I may be wrong.
Maybe they should just start reading manual pages and/or get used to
basic mathematics. Besides if you don't need the ``recursive get''
feature of wget I'd highly recommend using curl instead. wget
doesn't support HTTP/1.1 and does even corrupt your downloads in
BTW, I've just read the response on their mailinglist. It's disgusting.
Apparently, they have never ever looked at the POSIX specs. Those
are online for free(!). http://www.opengroup.org/
Oh and since when does pkgsrc use beta versions? Or do they simply
refuse to maintain their website?
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