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Re: [Bug-wget] [PATCH] Force --show-progress to print progress bar to st
Re: [Bug-wget] [PATCH] Force --show-progress to print progress bar to stderr
Tue, 20 Jan 2015 12:08:30 +0100
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On Tuesday 20 January 2015 14:45:50 Darshit Shah wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 20, 2015 at 2:37 PM, Tim Ruehsen <address@hidden> wrote:
> > On Sunday 18 January 2015 15:57:47 Darshit Shah wrote:
> >> This patch causes --show-progress to display the progress bar to the
> >> screen even when the --logfile option is provided to Wget.
> >> If the --show-progress option is not explicitly enabled, then the old
> >> behavior of printing the DOT progress to the log file is followed.
> >> Do review the patch, and if no one has objections I'll push this in a few
> >> days
> > Hi Darshit,
> > --show-progress in combination with -o looks very good !
> Thanks! I'll push it in a few hours once I'm back on my machine.
> > A while ago I made a suggestion for displaying long file names (remember
> > ?). Are you going to implement that, too ?
> I forget, what was it again? Been a little too busy with my work and
> hence have completely pushed these things aside.
The thread was "Reverse Scrolling Direction", my answer dated 4.12. 09:41:20.
It was (shortened)
- if the path is too long, just print the filename.
- if the filename is too long use ... in between
Guiseppe's answer was
"that is a cool idea.
Saving to: ‘www.hostname.d.de/lkdfsldkflsdf/subdir/xxx/file-to-save’
www.hostname.d.de/lkdfsldkfls[...]xx/file-to-save [ <=>
] 77.81K --.-KB/s in
I guess something like that, by default, would make happy everyone:-)"
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