browse directory listing webpages and download files from them.
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pgdl is a program for viewing and accessing directory listing webpage in terminal.
Browsing files on directory listings like this is often annoying and hard to find the files we want.
pgdl provids a simple interface for browsing and downloading the files in web-engine-generated directory listings.
cabal update cabal install pgdl
nix-env -iA nixos.haskellPackages.pgdl
nix-env -i -f pgdl.nix
or simply type pgdl if you have set servpath attribute in the config file.
'/' for file searching
press Enter to download the selected file
press 'q' to quit the program
press 'd' to delete currently selected file (which have been downloaded)
press Meta+Enter to resume the download progress of the currently selected file (like
curl -C does)
If you want to access webpage that uses basic authentication, you should at least set username attribute in config file. (if password is not set, you need to enter password manually when program launch)
# example: username = "jack" # should be set if the webpage have basic authentication password = "mypassw" # optional servpath = "example.org/videodir/" # default server location, optional localdir = "/home/jack/Downloads/" # where to store downloaded files, optional