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Getting wget on a Mac

Olaf Monien – wget is a standard tool for issuing HTTP requests from a command line. Even with having Indy’s TIdHttp on a Mac now, it might be handy for some tests or scripts to use wget. The equivalent of IdHttp.get('http://google.com'); is wget http://google.com Unfortunately though wget is not installed by default on MacOSX (only curl is, which is a similar command, with quite a different syntax), but there is an easy way to get wget: As Delphi developer, using Delphi XE 4′s mobile compiler, you probably already have Xcode (including command line tools) installed – which would be the ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Olaf Monien @ 2013-07-24 22:29

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