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[Bug-wget] [PATCH] Re: ping (Re: I am seeing problems with wget-1.14.96-

From: Tim Rühsen
Subject: [Bug-wget] [PATCH] Re: ping (Re: I am seeing problems with wget-1.14.96-38327 doing gnutls secure sessions.)
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2013 21:22:44 +0100
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Am Donnerstag, 26. Dezember 2013, 01:26:00 schrieb SciFi:
> ping
> I guess I need to remind about this bug,
> I haven't opened a real bugzilla report, tho.
> Shall I?
> FWIW, I've changed to the timeout=0 setting,
> which did let the httpS code work.
> I'll need to have a non-infinite setting
> for some projects I have that use wget.
> And I've hand-applied the patch below.
> No ill effects there.
> Happy Holidays!

The regression has been introduced by this change:

2013-05-05  mancha  <address@hidden> (tiny change)

        * gnutls.c (ssl_connect_wget): Don't abort on non-fatal alerts
        received during handshake. For example, when connecting to servers
        using TSL-SNI that send warning-level unrecognized_name alerts.

You could trigger it by compiling/linking with GnuTLS and using --connect-
timeout=x or -- timeout=x (x > 0).

I attached a fix.


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