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Some time ago I wrote an article about installing Wget equivalent in OS X. Now, thanks to Homebrew you can have Wget instead of using cURL which has a little bit more complex syntax. I assume that you already have Homebrew installed. If not, then please follow this page. Now in Terminal simply type Yes!… read more
Wget is very handy Linux command. I wrote about it some articles. Unfortunately we won’t find it in OS X. There is very easy workaroud. We will use curl instead. Let’s assume that we want to download jQuery library into our project directry from official page. Recent jQuery library can be reached using below address:… read more
You can download more than one file using wget. If there’s only any pattern in the names of your files you can use it. Please see this example. Three archives we would like to download: Now see below syntax and see what has been changed: Because of the fact that all above files are part… read more
There’s a possibility to manipulate the speed of files we’re fetching using wget. All you have to add is additional parameter at the end of your request URL. For example: Take a look at: