Gwget is a download manager for the Gnome Desktop. The main features are:
- Resume: By default, gwget tries to continue any download.
- Notification: Gwget tries to use the Gnome notification area support, if available. You can close the main window and gwget runs in the background.
- Recursivity: Gwget detects when you put a html, php, asp or a web page dir in the url to download, and ask you to only download certain files (multimedia, only the index, and so on).
- Drag & Drop: You can d&d a url to the main gwget window or the notification area icon to add a new download.
- Firefox Extension: Fireget
released on 19 October 2009
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2orlater||Kelly Hopkins||21 October 2009|
Leaders and contributors
|David SedeÃ±o FernÃ¡ndez||Maintainer|
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