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[Files] wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS)ANN.lu
Posted on 19-Mar-2004 00:27 GMT by tokai17 comments
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You don't know what gcc is? Or you're too lazy to start it? Or you simply don't want to be bothered with such nonsense?

...but you still need a new wget?

No Problem! Grab the build which I've done while eating a donut from here. You already downloaded it?

Really?

Wow.... You're a lamer! :-P
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 1 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Nicolas Mendoza on 19-Mar-2004 02:33 GMT
does the -b switch work? I didn't bother to fix that in my own aos4 "port".
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 2 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 19-Mar-2004 03:25 GMT
>You already downloaded it?

no

>Really?

yes

>Wow.... You're a lamer! :-P

Got me :(((((( I sure did download it .. :((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 3 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 19-Mar-2004 04:00 GMT
mmmmmmmmmmmmm.. donuts!!!!
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 4 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 19-Mar-2004 04:43 GMT
You built wget while eating a donut?

That must've been some donut... got any leftovers?
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 5 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by XraalE on 19-Mar-2004 06:34 GMT
I think I'll stick to my trustworthy current MOS-native version for now. Doughnut eaters are inherently trustworthy. As are people who spell it "donut". Savages.
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 6 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by XraalE on 19-Mar-2004 06:35 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (XraalE):
That should be "untrustworthy". See, the doughnut effect is starting to melt my mind already.
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 7 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by tokai on 19-Mar-2004 07:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Nicolas Mendoza):
hmm.. obviously not. :-)

morphos:> wget -b http://www.foobar.com/index.html
fork: Function not implemented

But since old wget versions for morphos have same behavior I don't think this is a big loss actually. IMHO. But I wasn't beware of this option to be honest.
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 8 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by tokai on 19-Mar-2004 07:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (XraalE):
pfff... try to pronounce "Doughnut" while you have a Doughnut in the mouth. Impossible! :-)

And anyway it's a Krapfen! ;-)
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 9 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Sigbjørn Skjæret on 19-Mar-2004 09:26 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (tokai):
You could try building with -Dfork=vfork, but it will only work in certain situations, dunno if wget applies...


- CISC
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 10 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by tokai on 19-Mar-2004 09:44 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Sigbjørn Skjæret):
thx for the hint, CISC! That did the job. :)

data:wget-1.9.1/> wget -b http://www.christianrosentreter.com/
Continuing in background, pid 626636024.
Output will be written to `wget-log'.
data:wget-1.9.1/>

:-)

I'll update the archive in a few minutes.
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 11 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by tokai on 19-Mar-2004 09:55 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (tokai):
done.
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 12 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Nicolas Mendoza on 19-Mar-2004 14:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Sigbjørn Skjæret):
Ah, smooth, but where does vfork come from?
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 13 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Sigbjørn Skjæret on 19-Mar-2004 14:56 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Nicolas Mendoza):
From ixemul ofcourse...


- CISC
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 14 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Nicolas Mendoza on 19-Mar-2004 18:29 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (Sigbjørn Skjæret):
yuk
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 15 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Nicolas Mendoza on 19-Mar-2004 18:30 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (Nicolas Mendoza):
That is, I try to avoid ixemul.library due to its hairyness.
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 16 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Sigbjørn Skjæret on 19-Mar-2004 18:41 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (Nicolas Mendoza):
What's so hairy about ixemul?

It serves a purpose, and it serves it well .. so well infact that most ports don't require any changes at all, which is a good thing when you just want to keep all your GG tools up-to-date...


- CISC
wget 1.9.1 binary release (MorphOS) : Comment 17 of 17ANN.lu
Posted by Neko on 19-Mar-2004 20:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Sigbjørn Skjæret):
It serves a purpose, and it serves it well

Only on MorphOS :)
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