Subject: Re: pkg/19103: Bug in 'download-vulnerability-list' of 'audit-packages-1.14'
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From: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/19/2002 15:02:58
[ On Tuesday, November 19, 2002 at 10:06:29 (-0800), Jeremy C. Reed wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: pkg/19103: Bug in 'download-vulnerability-list' of 'audit-packages-1.14'
> Another alternative is to add -O to the ftp(1) client.
That doesn't help -- at least not unless you do the same to curl, lynx, etc.
(i.e. '-O' is not a generic substitute for '-o')
It probably makes the most sense to just make the package depend on
net/lukemftp if it's not installed on a NetBSD machine and to not use
FETCH_CMD at all, but instead the appropriate FTP_CMD.
The only other real alternative is to make the script use FETCH_CMD in
the same way it's used in mk/bsd.pkg.mk (i.e. with FETCH_BEFORE_ARGS and
Greg A. Woods
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