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Re: Wget2 Question

From: Darshit Shah
Subject: Re: Wget2 Question
Date: Wed, 6 May 2020 09:02:06 +0200
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Hi Yaakow,

Please use the public mailing lists for questions.

It seems like you're looking for the --span-hosts option (-H).

The --reject option takes a list of extensions, not a regex. For what you're trying, you want to use --reject-regex.

On 5/5/20 7:08 PM, Yaakov Schwartzman wrote:
Hi Developers,
I am a senior developer (but frankly not in C anymore)
Without burrowing deep in the code, I have been using the latest release
for months and find its performance great.  Much thanks.
I have a rather important question and a less important question.

1. Important question:
Can I configure to extract external images / videos during the download process? For example domain whatever.com <http://whatever.com> has links to images cdnwhatever.com <http://cdnwhatever.com>.   Can I automatically download those.  If not, can you point me to where approximately in the code I would need to change to do this.
2.  Less important question:
The --reject= option does not seem to work.  If I do --reject="*.jpg" or --reject="*.jpg, *.mp4" or even --reject="[*.jpg, *.css]"  none work.  It seem that I am wrong with my format.. Is it just pure regex expression?

Thanks in advance,

      Jason Schwartzman


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