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GNU Wget is a utility for noninteractive download of files from the Web. It supports HTTP and FTP protocols, as well as retrieval through HTTP proxies. It can follow HTML links, download many pages, and convert the links for local viewing. It can also mirror FTP hierarchies or only those files that have changed. Wget has been designed for robustness over slow network connections; if a download fails due to a network problem, it will keep retrying until the whole file has been retrieved.

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2011-10-18 23:05

Support was added for HTTP/1.1. Persistent connections are used with proxies which support them. The GNU TLS backend now works again and has been made default vs. OpenSSL. Now "--timestamping" and "--continue" work well together. By default, wget now uses the original URL to get the local filename on server redirects, to address the security vulnerability reported as CVE-2010-2252. Portability issues were fixed. Several other minor enhancements and bugfixes were made.
Tags: Minor feature enhancements, Minor bugfixes

2009-09-23 05:30

Better versioning info, support for parsing CSS content, support for internationalized URIs (IRIs) and non-ASCII domain names, password-prompting, and more.

2008-06-30 14:56

This is a bugfix release, including fixes for a
regression involving the combination of -O and -nc
and a couple of opportunities for Wget to crash.
Tags: Minor bugfixes

2008-05-29 21:35

The combination of -N with -O was downgraded to a
warning, rather than an error. The message
translations were updated.

2008-05-01 08:17

A problem with authenticating over HTTPS through a proxy was fixed. The combination of -r or -p with -O was downgraded from an error to a warning. Bugs with displaying the progress bar in non-English locales where too many spaces could be inserted, causing the display to scroll, were fixed. The .listing file is no longer appended to if --no-remove-listing and --continue are specified. ".." is now allowed at the beginning of paths in FTP URLs again.
Tags: Minor bugfixes

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