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Re: [Bug-wget] [PATCH] [wget-bug #32357], IPv6 a ddresses not formatted.

From: Micah Cowan
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] [PATCH] [wget-bug #32357], IPv6 a ddresses not formatted..
Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2012 12:27:42 -0800
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I believe hh's suggestion is to have the format reflect the way it would look 
in a URL; so [ and ] around ipv6, and nothing around ipv4 (since ipv4 format 
isn't ambiguous in the way ipv6 is).

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From: Sasikanth <address@hidden>
Sent: Fri Jan 06 01:56:34 PST 2012
To: address@hidden
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] [PATCH] [wget-bug #32357],      IPv6 addresses not 

Currently we are not checking family type of the address before printing
the message.

Do we have to print the message as [3ffe:b80:17e2::1]:80 for ipv6 and
||:80 for ipv4?

Please confirm so I will resubmit patch.


Note: I didn't get the reply to my mail, to keep track the discussion I
had copied the mail content from the mailing list.

Shouldn't IPv6 addresses be displayed like this instead:

Den 5 jan 2012 14:15 skrev "Sasikanth" <address@hidden>:

> Hi,
> This very small change related to display issue.
> The bug id is 32357
> When we run wget with an ip address alone (wget or wget
> or wget http://[3ffe:b80:17e2::1])
> the display shows as
> IPV4
> Connecting to
> IPV6
> Connecting to 3ffe:b80:17e2::1:80 (Because of IPV6 format (ff::01)
it is
> little hard differentiate the ipv6 address and port number)
> This patch will show the display
> IPV4
> Connecting to ||:80...
> IPV6
> Connecting to |3ffe:b80:17e2::1|:80
> Thanks
> Sasi

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