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From "Alex Egg" <egg...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: 'get' decompressing tar.gz files on-the-fly, sometimes
Date Sat, 21 Jul 2007 20:04:10 GMT
Could apache be doing it??

On 7/21/07, Simon P. Ditner <simon-ant@uc.org> wrote:
>
> I have a simple build file downloading a few .tar.gz files from my web
> server running a stock Apache2 from Ubuntu 6.06, using Ant 1.7.0.
>
> One command in my build.xml is:
>
> <get src="http://myserver/project1/file1.tar.gz" dest="src/file1.tar.gz"
> />
>
> And then I have a second command that is nearly identical:
>
> <get src="http://myserver/project2/file2.tar.gz" dest="src/file2.tar.gz"
> />
>
> Both file1 and file2 are tar.gz files, which I've confirmed from the
> server side, as well as by downloading them using wget. The only real
> difference is that file1 is 50kb, whereas file2 is 15mb.
>
> For some bizzare reason, file2 ends up being decompressed on-the-fly, and
> written as a 50mb tar file to src/file2.tar.gz
>
> That's very nifty -- but entirely unexpected and undesired. Is there some
> way to turn this off?
>
> Cheers,
> spd
>
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