./net/aria2, Multi-threaded, multi-protocol, flexible download accelerator

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.31.0nb1, Package name: aria2-1.31.0nb1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

aria2 is a utility for downloading files. It has completely new design
concept from its predecessor, Aria, and is written from scratch. aria2
has a segmented downloading engine in its core. It can download one
file from multiple URLs or multiple connections from one URL. This
results in very high speed downloading, much faster than ordinary
browsers. This engine in was implemented in a single-thread model. The
architecture is clean and easy to extend. aria2 currently supports
HTTP, FTP, and BitTorrent. It also supports Metalink version 3.0.

Please visit the project web site at http://aria2.sourceforge.net

Required to run:
[net/libcares] [lang/gcc48-libs]

Required to build:
[lang/gcc48] [pkgtools/cwrappers]

Package options: nls, sqlite, ssl

Master sites:

SHA1: c649d9e07266c8fb9dfcbd9d8f3e8c8987b6df44
RMD160: 86da4e38dcdc78848567c904503b743dcf35aaaf
Filesize: 1466.199 KB

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   2017-04-22 23:04:05 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (670) | Package updated
Log message:
Revbump after icu update
   2017-02-25 22:39:19 by Leonardo Taccari | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Update net/aria2 to 1.31.0

* Better error message when local file status cannot be retrieved
* Fix assertion failure in SimpleRandomizer::getRandomBytes
* Add option content-disposition-default-utf8
  Patch from JimmyZ (GH-813)
   2017-01-01 09:42:45 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to 1.30.0


aria2 1.30.0

Release Note

This release fixes several bugs.  See Changes below for detailed bug
fixes.  This release adds an ability to expand `${HOME}` to user's
home directory in several options.  It would be useful when used in
configuration file.  -S option against torrent file now prints out DHT


* mingw: Use sqlite 3.15.2

* Fix bug that --disable-websocket causes build error

* Fix bug that lower bound of optimize-concurrent-downloads becomes 1


* Print DHT nodes with -S option


* Take into account address family when resolving DHT node address


* Allow block device file to -i option


* Expand `${HOME}` to user's home directory in several options

  The following options implement this substitution:

  * --ca-certificate
  * --certificate
  * --dht-file-path
  * --dht-file-path6
  * --dir
  * --input-file
  * --load-cookies
  * --log
  * --metalink-file
  * --netrc-path
  * --on-bt-download-complete
  * --on-download-complete
  * --on-download-error
  * --on-download-start
  * --on-download-stop
  * --on-download_pause
  * --out
  * --private-key
  * --rpc-certificate
  * --rpc-private-key
  * --save-cookies
  * --save-session
  * --server-stat-if
  * --server-stat-of
  * --torrent-file


* Document that libaria2 is not thread safe


* configure: Use pkg-config to find libs whenever possible

  Use pkg-config to find cppunit, libxml2 and expat. All those
  libraries provide pkg-config files, and in all of those cases the
  pkg-config macro is superior to the custom macros used currently.

  The advantages of pkg-config files include:

  - Explicit static linking support via --static. Currently, e.g.
    'xml2-config --libs' prints all libraries needed for static
    linking when doing dynamic linking unnecessary, resulting in
    unnecessary direct deps.

  - Better cross-build support. You don't have to build the additional
    *-config tools for target.

  - Better multilib support. Per-ABI pkgconfig directories are
    commonly supported while packages usually fail to look for
    per-CHOST *-config variants.

  - Better override support. The current macros allow little to no
    result overrides, the pkg-config macros let you pass FOO_CFLAGS
    and FOO_LIBS manually.

  - Cleaner version checks. The code used in libxml.m4 is really

  Patch from Michał Górny


* WinTLS: Rewrite writeData

  We re-wrote WinTLSSession::writeData.  The major points are:

  * Buffer is now preallocated once handshake is finished.
    Previously, they are allocated each time when we send one TLS

  * Schannel uses header, body and trailer for each secBuffer.  Now we
    send them off at once using WSASend which is windows counterpart
    of sendv.  Previously, we do memmove if some of them are

  * We don't try to send application data in
    WinTLSSession::closeConnection, since semantically we need same
    application data used to create TLS record before.  Using 0 length
    data to finish sending buffered data looks like a hack.

   2016-12-12 15:22:04 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (30)
Log message:
Revert "Specify readline requirement on 30 packages"

Many of these definitely do not depend on readline.
So there must be a different underlying problem, and that
should be tracked down instead of papering over it.
   2016-12-04 06:17:46 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (667)
Log message:
Recursive revbump from textproc/icu 58.1
   2016-12-04 04:51:17 by John Marino | Files touched by this commit (30)
Log message:
Specify readline requirement on 30 packages

/usr/libexec/binutils225/elf/ld.gold: error: cannot find -lreadline

The missing specification is obvious on DragonFly because there's
no publically accessible version of readline in base.
   2016-09-19 15:04:29 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (147)
Log message:
Recursive PKGREVISION bump for gnutls shlib major bump.
   2016-04-11 21:02:08 by Ryo ONODERA | Files touched by this commit (527)
Log message:
Recursive revbump from textproc/icu 57.1