From: Berndl, Klaus <klaus.berndl@sd...> - 2004-09-01 14:06:43
Well, now this bug is fixed - it was a problem concerning i18n...
ECB failed to parse the wget-result when different LOKALE was set
by the user, for example "de_DE@...". Now ECB itself sets tempor.
LC_ALL=C (thanks to Christop Ludwig for this hint) when calling
external processes like wget .. now it works...correct also when
different LOKALEs were set.
The bugfix is already checked in and can also be downloaded
via the latest CVS-snapshot from the ECB-website ==> so the
upgrading to the next ECB-version 2.28 the command `ecb-download-ecb'
should work when you install the latest CVS-snapshot!
Christoph Ludwig wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 01, 2004 at 08:54:06AM -0400, Chris McMahan wrote:
>> It failed for me until I created a file ~/.wgetrc to point the
>> program to my proxy server. Now it's working very well. I'm running
>> XP Pro with Cygwin installed (the XP version of Emacs, not the Cygwin
> Thanks, but I am not behind a proxy.
> In my case wget has no problem downloading the list of available
> files; but for some reason ECB fails to parse that list.