Leech was developed to relieve one from having to go through sites, constantly clicking "Save As...", "OK", etc. Instead, feed Leech a URL and tell it which filetypes to download, and it will crawl through any page that meets Leech's restrictions and dowload any file of the specified type.
Release Notes: The download directory's default permissions have been changed from 0644 to 0700. Level filtering was added. This release can be told to only download URLs to a certain level, with a URL's level being the number of links it is from the initial URL.
Release Notes: Incremental leeching was added, which is useful when leeching updated galleries.
Release Notes: You can now supply an initial referrer for the URL you entered. The output was made cleaner. Sizes are now printeed in kilobytes. Leech now uses the browser's User Agent when executing Curl. Rudimentary support was added for partially encoded URLs. Probing now uses the link's referrer. Content-types are now printed.
Release Notes: FTP leeching was horribly broken in the 0.4.1 release. This is an emergency release that fixes this problem.
Release Notes: Rudimentary support for FTP was added. The output is now more sensible and better formatted. Plenty of bugfixes were made.