WGet

Versione: 
1.20.3
Data rilascio: 
Mercoledì, 8 Febbraio, 2017

Licenza:

Interfaccia:

GNU Wget permette di scaricare file via HTTP e FTP. Dispone dell'opzione reget, che consente il recupero di porzioni di file in tempi successivi. Ora anche con SSL. Port di differenti autori.

Questo software è distribuito con due modalità:
  • come pacchetto compresso, da scaricare e installare manualmente; se ci sono prerequisiti da soddisfare, andranno anch'essi scaricati e installati manualmente;
  • come pacchetto RPM, installabile tramite il gestore pacchetti rpm preferito, che provvederà a scaricare e installare sia il software che gli eventuali prerequisiti.
Scegli la modalità di installazione che preferisci, tenendo conto del fatto che non tutte le versioni del software sono disponibili per entrambe le modalità.

Installazione con rpm

Questo programma si può installare usando il gestore pacchetti rpm. Vedi sotto per la stringa di installazione. I prerequisiti richiesti sono gestiti dal gestore pacchetti e, se necessario, scaricati e installati automaticamente.

wget-1.20.3-1.oc00 (08/11/2019)
Repository: Netlabs stable
changelog * Fri Nov 08 2019 Silvan Scherrer - 1.20.3-1 - update to version 1.20.3
wget-debuginfo-1.20.3-1.oc00 (08/11/2019)
Repository: Netlabs stable

Installazione manuale

Il programma è distribuito come pacchetto ZIP: Vedi sotto per il(i) link di download.

Unzip *.exe in una cartella appartenente al PATH e \SSL\*.dll in una cartella del LIBPATH. Creare poi un file .WGETRC (vedi \doc\sample.wgetrc) nella cartella \HOME, impostando i valori desiderati.
Con il parametro --save-ea (save-ea=on in .wgetrc), wget salva l'url del file scaricato nell'attributo esteso .URL.

Per la sintassi completa vedi  \doc\wget.html disponibile la traduzione italiana.

E' possibile installare i prerequisiti con rpm, eseguendo la stringa seguente in una finestra comandi:

yum install libc

Qui di seguito trovi i link di download per l'installazione manuale del software:

WGet v. 1.16 (2/11/2014, Paul Smedley (Smedles))
 www.dropbox.com/s/mjksl0gdh5hzjb1/wget-1.16-os2-20141102.zip?dl=1  local copy
WGet v. 1.14 (18/6/2013, Paul Smedley (Smedles))
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/internet/mirror/wget-1.14-1-os2.zip
WGet v. 1.11.4 (15/3/2009, Paul Smedley (Smedles))
 www.dropbox.com/s/cvvjlwnywx5gj8d/wget-1.11.4-os2-20090315.zip?dl=1  local copy
WGet v. 1.10 (3/12/2007, Andreas Ludwig) Readme/What's new
This is wget v1.10+devel compiled for OS/2 using Innotek GCC. The main new feature of 1.10+ (revision 2328) over 1.10.2 is support for handling headers of the form 'Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="somefile.xyz" '. I use WGet daily to download files from a site that uses this feature (Save.tv) and file names work perfectly well now (except for the usual OS/2 codepage issues). This version also includes support for transfering large files (ie >2gb) using FTP or HTTP (successfully tested for both protocols). Wget_ssl.exe includes ssl support from OpenSSL v0.9.8. Slightly bigger version containing debug code are included in a separate directory. I used Paul Smedley's unix porting environment available at http://download.smedley.info/buildenv_20071022.zip Requirements: - Innotek GCC runtime ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gcc/libc-0_6_3-csd3.wpi (The WarpIN version of WGet will check for the libc*.dll to be installed via WarpIN as well - use the zipped version in case of difficulties) - iintl6i.dll http://smedley.info/iintl6i.zip Restrictions: - No support for IPv6 - restriction of OS/2 and eComStation - NLS based message files missing - will hopefully be fixed in the future - No OS/2 / eCS specific enhancements (ie. saving URLs into file EAs) - to be done in a future build You can get the sources from the subversion repository using svn co -r 2328 svn://addictivecode.org/wget/trunk wget_local_source_dir (A port of subversion for OS/2 and eComStation is available from http://www.smedley.info/os2ports/index.php?page=subversion ) Enjoy! Andreas Ludwig Vancouver, BC, Canada http://Andreas-Ludwig.info December 2, 2007 Heavily based on work done and help given by Paul Smedley Adelaide, Australia 10th March, 2006. Thanks Paul! Revision history: December 2, 2007 New build based on older SVN code revision 2328 that still observes HTTP content- disposition information by default August 17, 2007 Initial release based on SVN code revision 2336
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/internet/mirror/wget-1-10-devel-071202-2328-wpi.wpi
WGet v. 1.10 (3/12/2007, Andreas Ludwig) Readme/What's new
This is wget v1.10+devel compiled for OS/2 using Innotek GCC. The main new feature of 1.10+ (revision 2328) over 1.10.2 is support for handling headers of the form 'Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="somefile.xyz" '. I use WGet daily to download files from a site that uses this feature (Save.tv) and file names work perfectly well now (except for the usual OS/2 codepage issues). This version also includes support for transfering large files (ie >2gb) using FTP or HTTP (successfully tested for both protocols). Wget_ssl.exe includes ssl support from OpenSSL v0.9.8. Slightly bigger version containing debug code are included in a separate directory. I used Paul Smedley's unix porting environment available at http://download.smedley.info/buildenv_20071022.zip Requirements: - Innotek GCC runtime ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/gcc/libc-0_6_3-csd3.wpi (The WarpIN version of WGet will check for the libc*.dll to be installed via WarpIN as well - use the zipped version in case of difficulties) - iintl6i.dll http://smedley.info/iintl6i.zip Restrictions: - No support for IPv6 - restriction of OS/2 and eComStation - NLS based message files missing - will hopefully be fixed in the future - No OS/2 / eCS specific enhancements (ie. saving URLs into file EAs) - to be done in a future build You can get the sources from the subversion repository using svn co -r 2328 svn://addictivecode.org/wget/trunk wget_local_source_dir (A port of subversion for OS/2 and eComStation is available from http://www.smedley.info/os2ports/index.php?page=subversion ) Enjoy! Andreas Ludwig Vancouver, BC, Canada http://Andreas-Ludwig.info December 2, 2007 Heavily based on work done and help given by Paul Smedley Adelaide, Australia 10th March, 2006. Thanks Paul! Revision history: December 2, 2007 New build based on older SVN code revision 2328 that still observes HTTP content- disposition information by default August 17, 2007 Initial release based on SVN code revision 2336
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/internet/mirror/wget-1-10-devel-071202-2328.zip
WGet v. 1.9.1 (18/1/2005, Nikolay Kolosov (nickk)) Readme/What's new
GNU wget 1.9.1 for OS/2 - a network utility to retrieve files using HTTP and FTP. The build is compiled by VAC 3.6.5, so no EMX dll required This wget build is supposed to support large files (over 2gb). Files in this distribution: wget.exe wgetssl.exe - wget.exe with ssl support. Requires SSL dll's (see in SSL directory). Build by nickk, dev.nul@mail.ru. If you found a bug, please email me the results of wget -d -N <your keys> <your url> New options: "--parse-files" to do additional url parsing for making more good looking file names. Use this option if you have any troubles with creating files while downloading bad looking url's. Generaly you do not need this option. Added support for <IMAGE ...> tag (the non-standart <IMG ...> variant). --save-ea (save-ea=on in .wgetrc). when this option is on, wget saves url of downloaded file in .URL extended attribute. Added buffer flushing to avoid losts of unfinished files during system traps. Use --no-flush to switch this off. --flush-period sets the insterval between buffer flushing in seconds. Def is 10 seconds. --caseless - try to do all caseless. Also changed compared to original wget: - set greater timeout values by default. This solves problem with downloading files via active ftp - fixed downloading urls with double slashes inside. - added large file support
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/internet/mirror/wget191-os2-bin-vac.zip
WGet v. 1.9 (Fix 1, 22/3/2004, Nikolay Kolosov (nickk)) Readme/What's new
GNU wget 1.9 fix 1 for OS/2 - a network utility to retrieve files using HTTP and FTP. The build is compiled by VAC 3.6.5, so no EMX dll required Files in this distribution: wget.exe wgetssl.exe - wget.exe with ssl support. Requires SSL dll's (see in SSL directory). Build by nickk, dev.nul@mail.ru. If you found a bug, please email me the results of wget -d -N <your keys> <your url> New options: "--parse-files" to do additional url parsing for making more good looking file names. Use this option if you have any troubles with creating files while downloading bad looking url's. Generaly you do not need this option. Added support for <IMAGE ...> tag (this is non-standart <IMG ...> variant). --save-ea (save-ea=on in .wgetrc). when this option is on, wget saves url of downloaded file in .URL extended attribute. Added buffer flushing to avoid losts of unfinished files during system traps. Use --no-flush to switch this off. --flush-period sets the insterval between buffer flushing in seconds. Def is 10 seconds. --caseless - try to do all caseless. Changes from 1.9: - set greater timeout values by default. This solves problem with downloading files via active ftp - fixed downloading urls with double slashes inside.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/internet/mirror/wget19-f1-os2-bin-vac.zip
WGet v. 1.9 (13/11/2003, Nikolay Kolosov (nickk)) Readme/What's new
GNU wget 1.8.2 fix1 for OS/2 - a network utility to retrieve files using HTTP and FTP. The build is compiled by VAC 3.6.5, so no EMX dll required Files in this distribution: wget.exe wgetssl.exe - wget.exe with ssl support. Requires SSL dll's (see in SSL directory). Build by nickk, nickk@nm.ru. If you found a bug, please email me the results of wget -d -N <your keys> <your url> New options: "--parse-files" to do additional url parsing for making more good looking file names. Use this option if you have any troubles with creating files while downloading bad looking url's. Generaly you do not need this option. Added support for <IMAGE ...> tag (this is non-standart <IMG ...> variant). --save-ea (save-ea=on in .wgetrc). when this option is on, wget saves url of downloaded file in .URL extended attribute. Added buffer flushing to avoid losts of unfinished files during system traps. Use --no-flush to switch this off. --flush-period sets the insterval between buffer flushing in seconds. Def is 10 seconds. --caseless - try to do all caseless.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/internet/mirror/wget19-os2-bin-vac.zip
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Please continue to provide WarpIN packages for each release, in order to install in a straightforward way on legacy OS/2 installations that may not have yum/rpm.

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