GNU wget is a HTTP and FTP downloading and mirroring tool for the command line. It provides various options and complete HTTP support. It supports REST and RANGE requests for partial and continuous downloads, can use wildcards for mirroring complete websites, converting HTML references to relative links, use HTTP cookies, proxies, persistent connections, background processing, and can compare files prior downloading.
minor feature: Add new option `--retry-on-host-error` to treat local errors as transient and hence Wget will retry to download the file after a brief waiting period. multiple potential resource leaks as found by static analysis. Wget will now not create an empty wget-log file when running with -q and -b. switches together When compiled using the GnuTLS = 3.6.3, Wget now has support for TLSv1.3. Now there is support for using libpcre2 for regex pattern matching. When downloading over FTP recursively, one can now use the. -- accept,reject -regex switches to fine-tune the downloaded files. Building Wget from the git sources now requires autoconf 2.63 or above. Building from the Tarballs works as it used to.