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Release Notes: Non-fatal GNU TLS alerts during handshake no longer lead to failures. New "--https-only" and "--method" options were added. Shorthand URLs in an input file are now supported. Support was added for Perfect-Forward Secrecy in "--secure-protocol". Various bugs were fixed.

Release Notes: Support was added for HTTP/1.1. Persistent connections are used with proxies which support them. The GNU TLS backend now works again and has been made default vs. OpenSSL. Now "--timestamping" and "--continue" work well together. By default, wget now uses the original URL to get the local filename on server redirects, to address the security vulnerability reported as CVE-2010-2252. Portability issues were fixed. Several other minor enhancements and bugfixes were made.

  •  30 Jun 2008 05:56

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, including fixes for a regression involving the combination of -O and -nc and a couple of opportunities for Wget to crash.

  •  30 Apr 2008 23:17

Release Notes: A problem with authenticating over HTTPS through a proxy was fixed. The combination of -r or -p with -O was downgraded from an error to a warning. Bugs with displaying the progress bar in non-English locales where too many spaces could be inserted, causing the display to scroll, were fixed. The .listing file is no longer appended to if --no-remove-listing and --continue are specified. ".." is now allowed at the beginning of paths in FTP URLs again.

  •  17 Aug 2005 13:58

No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  13 Nov 2003 20:09

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with no user-visible changes.

  •  29 May 2002 06:44

Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with almost no user-visible changes.

  •  25 Dec 2001 23:14

No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  20 Nov 2001 05:37

No changes have been submitted for this release.

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