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extract URLs from websites on the command line

Project description

grepurl is a command line tool that extracts URLs from a website (or a local HTML file).

Usage

grepurl http://example.com/
grepurl -a http://example.com/foo.htm # only extract from <a> tags (i.e. links)
grepurl -i http://example.com/bar.htm # only extract from <img> tags (i.e. images)
grepurl -r "\.py$" http://example.com/ # only extract links that end in '.py'

License

GPLv2 or later.

Authors

Gerome Fournier (original author). His implementation is only available via the Internet Archive. Arne Neumann (added -l option for local files, minor changes).

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