Dan Jacobson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
-q and -S are incompatible and should perhaps produce errors and be
noted thus in the docs.
They seem to work as I'd expect -- `-q' tells Wget to print *nothing*,
and that's what happens. The output Wget would have generated does
contain HTTP headers, among other things, but it never gets printed.
BTW, there seems no way to get the -S output, but no progress
indicator. -nv, -q kill them both.
It's a bug that `-nv' kills `-S' output, I think.
P.S. one shouldn't have to confirm each bug submission. Once should
You're right. :-( I'll ask the sunsite people if there's a way to
establish some form of white lists...