Re: curl vs wget
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2007 06:33:53 -0600
Thinking about wget and wput. . .
bash, the shell, behaves like plain old sh when it's called that way. It's all in the magic of file system links and a startup-time determination by the tool as to how it was called.
Wouldn't it be nice to have a tool - purl - which does an upload by magically inserting a -T before the URL and perhaps some .netrc password gimmicks? curl and purl would link to the same executable.
I have never wanted to do an upload and a download using a single command line with a -T url followed by a simple url with a -O or -o. Are things like that part of the concept?
But then the real competition for maintaining a web site comes from ssh and scp which easily goes both ways. There is also sftp . . . . naah.
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