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Id: 84640
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Owner: msouth [...] gmail.com
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Subject: dependency on https10 is obsolete
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The dependencies on LWP::Protocol::https10 are obsolete: see LWP Changelog : 2011-03-27 Release 6.02 This is the release where we try to help the CPAN-toolchain be able to installthe modules required for https-support in LWP. We have done this by unbundlingthe LWP::Protocol::https module from the libwww-perl distribution. In order to have https support you now need to install (or depend on) 'LWP::Protocol::https'and then this will make sure that all the prerequsite modules comes along.See [RT#66838]. This release also removes the old http10 modules that has really been deprecated since v5.60. These should have been removed at the v6.00 jump, butI forgot.
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On Sun Apr 14 21:43:40 2013, DAMI wrote: Show quoted text
> The dependencies on LWP::Protocol::https10 are obsolete: see LWP > Changelog : > > 2011-03-27 Release 6.02 This is the release where we try to help the > CPAN-toolchain be able to installthe modules required for https- > support in LWP. We have done this by unbundlingthe > LWP::Protocol::https module from the libwww-perl distribution. In > order to have https support you now need to install (or depend on) > 'LWP::Protocol::https'and then this will make sure that all the > prerequsite modules comes along.See [RT#66838]. This release also > removes the old http10 modules that has really been deprecated since > v5.60. These should have been removed at the v6.00 jump, butI forgot.
Bump. Will s/https10/https/g fix that issue?
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No a s/https10/https/g will not fix the issue. However, until this issue is fixed, I have a work-around I tested to work. Download the http10 and https10 modules from the latest LWP 5.x release, and put them in the LWP/Protocol/ directory of your perl library. Example, for my install of Perl on Fedora Core: Show quoted text
linux> curl http://cpansearch.perl.org/src/GAAS/libwww-perl-5.837/lib/LWP/Protocol/http10.pm > /usr/local/share/perl5/LWP/Protocol/http10.pm linux> curl http://cpansearch.perl.org/src/GAAS/libwww-perl-5.837/lib/LWP/Protocol/https10.pm > /usr/local/share/perl5/LWP/Protocol/https10.pm
Then LWP::Parallel::UserAgent does not throw the 'https' not supported error any longer, and actually make successful https connections. A minimal fix might be for LWP::Parallel to bundle the http10 and https10 modules. The right fix is to switch over completely to LWP::Protocol::https -RG On Thu May 22 05:21:10 2014, DCPETROV wrote: Show quoted text
> On Sun Apr 14 21:43:40 2013, DAMI wrote:
> > The dependencies on LWP::Protocol::https10 are obsolete: see LWP > > Changelog : > > > > 2011-03-27 Release 6.02 This is the release where we try to help the > > CPAN-toolchain be able to installthe modules required for https- > > support in LWP. We have done this by unbundlingthe > > LWP::Protocol::https module from the libwww-perl distribution. In > > order to have https support you now need to install (or depend on) > > 'LWP::Protocol::https'and then this will make sure that all the > > prerequsite modules comes along.See [RT#66838]. This release also > > removes the old http10 modules that has really been deprecated since > > v5.60. These should have been removed at the v6.00 jump, butI forgot.
> > > Bump. Will s/https10/https/g fix that issue?
Can this be fixed please? It's a real pain and has been open for a year now.
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2.62 with Sebastian's fix for this coming soon to a CPAN archive near you. I'll update this once RT sees it so I can select the correct version for the fix.
Big thanks to Sebastian Willing for the patch. This should be fixed now.


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