Release Notes: This release introduces support for large (>2G) files, IPv6 on dual-family systems, NTLM authorization, SSL improvements, and more. Passive FTP is now the default FTP transfer mechanism.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with no user-visible changes.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes since the last public release. The ability to transmit data with the POST method has been added. IPv6 support is experimentally available (a more complete implementation is in the works). The option --timeout now also applies to DNS lookups. The progress bar has been improved to show download speed over a recent period, rather than over the average speed of the entire download. Connecting to FTP sites through FWTK firewalls should now work. It is possible to turn off DNS caching. Characters in file names are no longer aggressively %-escaped.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with almost no user-visible changes.
Release Notes: This version features a new progress indicator, improved recursive download, improved handling of URLs, and better conversion of links.
Release Notes: SSL support, HTTP keep-alive support, ability to accept, load, and store cookies, recognizing non-Unix directory listings (specifically VMS and Windows NT), and rewriting internal tables for speed when mirroring huge sites.
Release Notes: A new maintainer, Web page, and CVS access, with various new options and translation files.