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Re: [Bug-wget] Avoid filename indexes

From: Alexander Kurakin
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] Avoid filename indexes
Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2015 22:27:23 +0300

 > what would you expect ?
> Basically, Wget saves the downloaded content to the filesystem.
> When it saved 'about/more', how can it save a new file 'about' - this name 
> already exists as directory !? Same goes when the download order is revers.

'about' is already exist but not 'about.html'.

Of course the file has to be named 'about.1' at first.
But it can be renamed to 'about.html' not 'about.1.html' during adjusting 
> (BTW, Are you using -E/--adjust-extension (or the obsolete option --html-
> extension) ?)

Yes, I do.

Sure this behavior should be controled and not default,
because of '.html' extension may absent.
And then we have names conflict.


Alexander Kurakin

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