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Re: wget and WebKit?

From: Josef Moellers
Subject: Re: wget and WebKit?
Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2022 09:15:07 +0200
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On 18.06.22 16:11, Tim Rühsen wrote:
Moin Josef,

Mooi'n Tim,

is it possible that 'wget' is linked to something else or is a different binary than expected ? Or maybe 'wget' is a script or alias ?

I had asked for straces and they show that "/usr/bin/wget/" is indeed the binary executed.

a) webkit and wget have nothing in common
That was my impression, too. Thanks for confirming! However ... see below ...

b) That message you got seems not be originated in GNU Wget
Yes, it comes from WebKit (Source/WTF/wtf/posix/ThreadingPOSIX.cpp).

I am also discussing this internally with people more familiar with proxy handling. "wget" is linked against libproxy and that may invoke WebKit.

So we're now pursuing the "wget" -> "libproxy" -> "WebKit" trail.


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