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Re: [Bug-wget] A possible wget bug?

From: L Walsh
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] A possible wget bug?
Date: Sat, 13 Jul 2013 20:18:04 -0700
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I'm downloading and would like to exclude several paths from the
download. I put the command in a script (enclosed below) but it keeps
doing the download. Am I messing something up? Am I not understanding
the syntax?

My intent is to NOT download any of the i386, epel, macports,
postgresql, or the ubuntu directories. I tried just coding
i386,epel,macports,postgresql,ubuntu but that didn't work either.
Any help you can give me in this would be wonderful.

I am doing something similar with open SUSE dist's -- I like to keep the
current versions I am using on my local disk.  I too had things that
I wanted to exclude.  So I first cam up with a list of exts and pats that
I wanted to exclude that use the normal rsynch wildcard matching.


That simplified the invocation statement.  The key was getting the exclude
statements to ignore everything I didn't want.  I found once those were
right, the rest comes easier.

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