Hi, I've just come across the following remark in the wget manual page (1.10.2), about the -c option: > Wget has no way of verifying that the local file is really a valid prefix of > the remote file. This is not quite true. It could at least check the remote and local file time stamps for this purpose, and I think it should do this. It could also, as an option, load a couple of random bytes as a heuristic quick check. (I wouldn't do this, though.) In any case, the wrong claim "no way" should be removed from the man page.
Best regards, Thomas Wolff