I installed Ver3.30-RC17 on a fresh debian install (I
couldn't compile it on FreeBSD 4.8 which is what I use)
The problem with the 'max-time' feature seems to persist,
httrack is not exiting after the defined timeout.
I paste you an extract of the complete command I ran which
shows the time taken by httrack to exit when I use a wrong
default gateway to simulate a 'timed-out' server. I
concatenated httrack to 'time' to see the elapsed time.
debian:/var/tmp/test# time httrack <http://www.yahoo.com/> -
O "." --mirror --depth=2 --ext-depth=0 -f0 --sockets=4 --
timeout=1 --retries=1 --host-control=1 %P --near --
structure=0 --keep-links=0 --replace-external --cookies=1 --
check-type=0 -j0 --robots=0 --cache=0 --single-log -S -N0 -
WARNING! You are running this program as root!
It might be a good idea to use the -%U option to change the
Example: -%U smith
Mirror launched on Tue, 16 Sep 2003 15:50:35 by HTTrack
Website Copier/3.30-RC-17 [XR&CO'2003]
mirroring <http://www.yahoo.com/> %P with the wizard help..
Done.www.yahoo.com/ (0 bytes) - -2
Thanks for using HTTrack!
Notice the --timeout=1 and the --max-time=1 I set and the