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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • That would spider a site, download all the pages and change the links to your on-disk copy. Those used to be really commonly used when people used slow 36K MODEM links on the web, but I haven't used one in years and I can't recall the names of any such programs. My naive google searching for something like this hasn't immediately turned up anything. Anybody know of a good one? Seems like a fairly easy perl program to write, actually.

    Also, I used to use Plucker [plkr.org] for Palm devices, which does this, but do