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Re: [Bug-wget] GnuWin32 wget.exe to stdout not working properly

From: Ray Satiro
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] GnuWin32 wget.exe to stdout not working properly
Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2013 10:32:19 -0700 (PDT)

> From: Kevin Pacheco <address@hidden>

>To: address@hidden 
>Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2013 8:35 PM
>Subject: [Bug-wget] GnuWin32 wget.exe to stdout not working properly
>Below is a paste of a ticket I opened at SourceForge. My question for
>the list is whether there exists a compiled version of wget for
>Windows that's not terribly old and doesn't have this problem. (By the
>way, I'm using Gmail. I read in a forum that Gmail is causing problems
>with some mailing lists because of a line-break issue. If that's the
>case here, I apologize. I did switch to plain text mode.)
>I'm using the GetGnuWin32-0.6.3.exe package on Windows 7 64-bit.
>Everything seems to be fine, except that wget doesn't direct output to
>stdout correctly. If I do the following
>wget -qO- http://heerebout.nl/ > foo
>the output goes to the screen and "foo" ends up as a zero-byte file.
>It's not using stderr either; I tried 2>&1 and also 3>&1. No dice.
>More important, when doing something like the line below, the output
>is not changed. That means that scripts or batch files must save the
>output to a file in order to perform manipulations (as far as I can
>wget -qO- http://heerebout.nl/ | sed s/Hello//
>GNU Wget 1.12.1-dev Mar 04 2010 (mainline-013c8e2f5997) built on Windows-MinGW.

covered here

There is no official windows build of wget so you can either build it yourself 
or use one of the test builds in that folder, or:

On 05.06.2013 22:29, Bykov Aleksey wrote:> Greetings.
>I know about three Wget builds for Win32
>1. From TumaGonx Zakkum (He assemble only releases. Don't look at link
>name/date - lastest is 1.14)
>2. From Ray Satiro
[...] see test builds folder instead

>3. From me

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