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Re: wget-1.21.3-win32/64

From: Tim Rühsen
Subject: Re: wget-1.21.3-win32/64
Date: Tue, 31 May 2022 12:54:05 +0200
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On 30.05.22 14:57, WQ wrote:

Thank you for having replied anyway !

The testing I did was always with the same server and file. So I'm 100% sure about the results (different behaviour on the Netgear) When I wrote "path/file" then I did mean something like F:\Download\thefile.txt I know the documented -O feature, but it remains unclear why the original datetime works locally and on the Thecus, even if it should not (as documented) When a local wget (with/without -O) is done followed by a move to the Netgear, the time-stamp is ok, I tested that before too. But I'm trying to avoid the move as this involves extra time, especially with giga-files.
Yes, a real renaming mechanism, is a missing option.

I didn't know about wget2, but it seems there are no compiled versions available.

With the latest release of wget2 (v2.0.1), there is a .exe version available. It doesn't have all features yet, but hopefully works.
I can only test it with a Windows emulation (wine) on Linux.

Go to the bottom at https://gitlab.com/gnuwget/wget2/-/tags/v2.0.1

Regards, Tim

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