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Cget(1)			    General Commands Manual		       Cget(1)

NAME
       cget - Cherokee web downloader

SYNOPSIS
       cget [options] URL

DESCRIPTION
       cget is a web downloading tool

OPTIONS
       No  option is mandatory.	By default the web is downloaded but it	is not
       saved.  If that is not the desired behavior it must  be	specified  ex-
       plicitly.  Below	is a summary of	the cget options.

       Startup:

       -V, --version
	      Display version of currently installed cget and exit.

       -h, --help
	      Display help screen with common options.

       Logging and input file:

       -q, --quiet
	      Run in quiet mode: no output is displayed.

       Download:

       -O, --output-document=FILE
	      Writes whatever document is downloaded to	FILE

       HTTP options:

       -s, --save-headers
	      This  option  saves HTTP headers to the file being saved (speci-
	      fied with	-O option)

       --header=STRING
	      this option inserts STRING among the headers sent	 in  the  HTTP
	      request.

EXAMPLE
       cget http://www.cherokee-project.com/

BUGS
   Bug reports
       I  would	 appreciate hearing of any problems you	have with Cherokee.  I
       would also like to hear from you	if you have successfully  used	Chero-
       kee, especially if you are using	it for a distribution.

       There is	a mailing list for discussion among Cherokee users and for an-
       nouncements of new and test versions. To	join, send a message to	chero-
       kee-admin@alobbs.com with the line:

       subscribe cherokee

       in   the	 body  of  the	message.  The  submission  address  is	chero-
       kee@alobbs.com.

AUTHOR
       Alvaro Lopez Ortega <alvaro@alobbs.com>.	Manual page updated  by	 Taher
       Shihadeh	<taher@unixwars.com>.

				March 31, 2008			       Cget(1)

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