Originally Posted by Olaf Barthel
Could you be more specific as to what would need to be addressed?
The wget version included with Roadshow is a bit long in the tooth. Its purpose is, along with the ftp command, to allow for better versions of the wget and ftp commands to be installed by downloading these from AmiNet, for example. They are for "bootstrapping" the network installation, if you will.
As such, both commands are free of dependencies on libraries other than bsdsocket.library, of course. I believe the latest 68k port of the wget command does need ixemul.library to work, which is what I wanted to avoid. Roadshow is (as best as I could make it) self-contained.
Hi Olaf, the only thing wrong is the speed indicator. The actual transfer speed is fine. (shows 140B/s, while the real rate is ~600KB/s)
As i said tiny issue, but to a user it might look misleading when evaluating the demo. The first thing users will do is test speed after all :-)