Welcome to wput's home
Wput is a command-line ftp-client that looks like wget but instead of
downloading, uploads files or whole directories to remote ftp-servers.
Wput needs your Help
Starting with v0.6, Wput features some i18n.
If you want to see Wput in your language, your help is needed
to translate it on Launchpad.
- wget-like interface
- time-stamping (compares local and remote dates)
- proxy-support (socks5, http)
New in 0.6 (for details see ChangeLog)
- basename flag
- error levels
Since we are few working at this program, it takes quite a
while for new releases to come out and i would appreciate any
help offered to me.
Support for files beyond the magical 2gb border seems to be
impossible to achieve. If someone has experiences in
implementing operating-system independent file-access for
such files, this would help wput a lot.
Download Wput 0.6
All previous releases are available on the project page at source
forge: wput Filelist on SourceForge
RPM: An RPM-Spec-File has been contributed by Chris Cosby.
Bleeding edge code from GIT
You can grab a copy of the latest bleeding edge code by using git:
git clone git://wput.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/wput
Use the manpage as a command-line reference.
Bugs / Contact
Wput was developed by Hagen Fritsch.
If you feel some behaviour of the software is a bug or if you have a
feature-request or just want to drop me a message, feel free to do so.
The best way to submit bugs and features requests is from the projects SourceForge page:
Submit or View a Bug
Submit or View a Support Request