WgetWrapper 2.0

WgetWrapper is a Universal Binary (Runs natively on PowerPC or x86 Intel-based Mac computers running Mac OS X 10.4.11 - macOS 10.14.X)

Description

WgetWrapper acts as a GUI interface to the command-line program called Wget. Wget is a program for interactive/non-interactive download of files from the Web. It supports HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP protocols, as well as retrieval through HTTP proxies.

Requirements

  • WgetWrapper is a Universal Binary (Runs natively on PowerPC or x86 (Intel)-based Mac computers running Mac OS X 10.4.11 - 10.14.X)
  • Wget, which HybridBits is not associated with, must be installed from source code or from a pre-compiled port.

WgetWrapper supports 4 paths to Wget

  • /opt/local/bin/wget (default MacPorts build location)
  • /sw/bin/wget (default Fink build location)
  • /usr/local/bin/wget
  • /usr/bin/wget

WgetWrapper supports the following Wget options

-V: (display the version of Wget and exit.)

-h: (print help.)

-o: (log messages to FILE.)
-d: (print lots of debugging information.)
-q: (quiet (no output).)
-v: (be verbose (this is the default).)

–server-response: (print server response.)
–spider: (doesn’t download anything, just checks if files are there.)
–limit-rate=RATE: (limit download rate to RATE.)
–user=USER: (set both ftp and http user to USER.)
–password=PASS: (set both ftp and http password to PASS.)

-nd: (dont create directories.)

-r: (specify recursive download.)
–level=NUMBER: (maximum recursion depth.)
–convert-links: (make links in downloaded HTML or CSS point to local files.)
–mirror: (shortcut for -N -r -l inf –no-remove-listing.)

–accept=LIST: (comma-separated list of accepted extensions.)

Miscellaneous

  • Was tested with: GNU Wget v1.12