Snarf is a simple utility that is similar to wget, curl, ncftp, lynx, and fetch. Its main advantage is its small size (it's ideal for using on a rescue disk). It is also full featured, supporting ftp and http resume, http and ftp authentication, http redirect, proxies, SOCKS, gopher, progress indicators, and it uses configure.
|Tags||Internet FTP Web Utilities|
Release Notes: Fixes for two longstanding redirect-following bugs, and poor FTP behavior that confused certain servers. Users of any copy of snarf > 2.0 can upgrade by running the command "snarf LATEST".
Release Notes: A minor bug was fixed to prevent snarf from hanging after an FTP transfer completes.
Release Notes: Very small bug fix.
Release Notes: Some bugfixes and a revision to the progress code (now prints continuous kb/sec rates).
Release Notes: Version 2.0.6 fixes a few nagging bugs with odd http servers, slightly changes the behavior of the progress bar, and allows you to send a custom referer with the request..