cygwin documentation for download ?

Randall R Schulz rschulz@teknowledge.com
Sun Jan 23 21:35:00 GMT 2000


Hi,

Wget? I had not heard of it, either, but a simple Web search turned 
up this URL, among many others: 
< http://www.fsf.org/software/wget/wget.html >, from which I excerpted 
this:

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GNU Wget is a freely available network utility to retrieve files from 
the World Wide Web using HTTP and FTP, the two most widely used 
Internet protocols. It works non-interactively, thus enabling work in 
the background, after having logged off.
The recursive retrieval of HTML pages, as well as FTP sites, is 
supported: you can use Wget to make mirrors of archives and home 
pages, or traverse the web like a WWW robot (Wget understands 
/robots.txt).

Online manual is available at < http://www.fsf.org/manual/wget/index.html >
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Seek and ye shall find.

Randy Schulz
Teknowledge Corp.
Palo Alto, CA USA


>On Sun, Jan 23, 2000 at 08:03:22PM -0800, David Robinow wrote:
>  >--- Chris Faylor <cgf@cygnus.com> wrote:
>  >>>Why do you not provide the Users Guide and the API
>  >>Reference in one file for
>  >>>download.
>  >>
>  >>Ever heard of "wget"?
>  >No.
>
>Oh.
>
>cgf
>
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