Description of problem: Liferea can't download a feed from HTTPS URL.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): liferea-1.10.8-1.fc20.x86_64
How reproducible: By adding a feed from HTTPS URL.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add this URL as new feed: https://www.imperialviolet.org/iv-rss.xml
If you select new feed in left tree, this is reported in right window:
"The last update of this subscription failed!
HTTP error code 0: A network error occurred, or the other end closed the connection unexpectedly"
If you then right-click on the "Source" link and select "Open Link In Tab" this is shown:
"Unable to load page
Problem occurred while loading the URL https://www.imperialviolet.org/iv-rss.xml
TLS/SSL support not available; install glib-networking"
The glib-networking package is installed however:
# rpm -q glib-networking
Expected results: The Liferea should fetch the feed from HTTPS URL.
For completnes: It's not always possible to workaround it by using non-SSL feed URL since it may be redirected to SSL URL (which is the case of feed URL in previous message).
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