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[PATCH] Don't print message about loading crl or ca-cert files with --no

From: Tomas Hozza
Subject: [PATCH] Don't print message about loading crl or ca-cert files with --no-verbose
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2020 14:24:04 +0100
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I would like to get feedback on a subtle change of behavior in wget
between version 1.14 and the current upstream version, which has
been pointed out by our distribution users.

Before change [1], wget didn't produce any output related to loading CA
certificates when --no-verbose option has been used. When --no-verbose
option is used, only error messages and basic information should get
printed. Information about loading CRL or CA certificate is probably not
a basic information. Any error when loading the CRL or CA certificate
will be still printed with --no-verbose.

Some users rely on wget not printing such information and they consider
it a regression.

Reported as https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1807267

I'm attaching a patch which makes wget to print the message about
loading CRL or CA certificate file only in verbose mode (the default).


Tomas Hozza
Manager, Software Engineering - EMEA ENG Core Services

Red Hat Inc.                 http://cz.redhat.com

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