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From John Hicks <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: Request jsp pages from server and store them on disk
Date Thu, 18 Aug 2005 16:31:58 GMT
Erik Labree wrote:
> Davide Bianchi <davide <at>> writes:
>>Erik Labree wrote:
>>>To generate those local file we need to have a tool/script that looks at the
>>>directory structure of the webapplication and does requests to the pages it
>>>see and save each page as plain text in the same directory structure as the
>>>webapp to the file system.
>>>Are there already tools that do this or otherwise any input on how to do this
>>>would be greatly appriciated. 
>>Every browser can do it. Otherwise there are 'spiders' that can crawl
>>and download an entire site.
> Thanks Davide,
> 'Spiders' seem like a good way to go because it needs to be automated.
> Anyoneany experience with them? 
> Erik

wget is a GNU utility available with most Linux distributions that can 
act as a spider to download and store an entire web site.



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