Frank McCown wrote: > I'm afraid wget won't do exactly what you want it to do. Future > versions of wget may enable you to specify a wildcard to select which > files you'd like to download, but I don't know when you can expect > that behavior.
The more I use wget, the more I like it, even if I use HTTrack more often. So someday I hope I will find some time to contribute to the project. There are a few features I would like it to support, like the "wildcard" feature you mention. Actually it supports regular expressions but it seems the "--page-requisites" option overrides all applied filters. > In the meantime I'd recommend writing a script which performs a wget > -P on the index.html file and then pulls out all links to images and > feeds those to wget for retrieval. Yes I also thought about post-processing the archive using a simple PHP script. In fact... I think I will try that solution in the next few days. Stay tuned :).