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Re: [Lynx-dev] Unexpected behavior downloading Lynx's binary

From: Thorsten Glaser
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] Unexpected behavior downloading Lynx's binary
Date: Thu, 5 Jan 2017 10:42:51 +0000 (UTC)

L A Walsh dixit:

>>>Or were you expressing a bit of sarcasm in your thanking me for
>>>repeating your point?

Probably ;-)

> address@hidden wrote:
>> I'm sorry to confuse you and the delay in my reply.
>> I wanted to report 2 unexpected behaviors in downloading file.
>>  1. Lynx saves the transmission stream data (gzipped data) when the content
>> is served with a "Content-Encoding: gzip" header.
> ----
>       You showed bzip2 and zip files where you said this happened.
> Does it always happen with all files, or just bzip2+zip?

It happens for all files, even plaintext.

> If it is a bzip2 file, and it is gzipped, does that mean you can
> use "gunzip" to decompress or remove the "gzipping", and then
> can use bunzip2 (or unzip) to get the final files?


>>So I think Thorsten wrote the same problem as 1.

I had both already.

Stéphane, I actually don’t block Googlemail, they’re just too utterly
stupid to successfully deliver to me (or anyone else using Greylisting
and not whitelisting their ranges). Same for a few other providers such
as Hotmail. Some spammers (Yahoo) I do block.

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