ComicMan downloads Web comics from the Internet to your hard drive. It remembers the last download for each title, so you won't get duplicates from running it multiple times. The application itself is a command line tool, but it comes with a graphical configuration tool and an editor for making new Web comic configuration files.
released on 13 November 2006
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|Artistic||Ted Teah||15 November 2006|
Leaders and contributors
|Jay Scott Raymond||Maintainer|
Resources and communication
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|Required to use||perl-tk Ã¢\u0089Â¥ 804.027|
|Required to use||perl-libwww-perl Ã¢\u0089Â¥ 5.805|
|Required to use||perl-tk-filedialog Ã¢\u0089Â¥ 1.3|
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|Required to use||perl-compress-zlib Ã¢\u0089Â¥ 1.42|
|Required to use||perl-uri Ã¢\u0089Â¥ 1.35|
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|Required to use||perl-html-tagset Ã¢\u0089Â¥ 3.10|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 15 November 2006.
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