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Subject: Converting GUI to command line - "doit.log" ?
Author: Jake
Date: 07/01/2016 21:31
I'm trying to automate my backing up of a website by switching from the Windows
GUI to the Linux command line. I was going to go through my settings
one-by-one and convert them, but then I found that if you just make some
settings in the GUI and save them, you'll find a file named "doit.log", which
appears to have command-line arguments already generated for you.

The issue with using it directly is that it has a strange string at the
beginning, so I'm not sure if it's accurate. Here's a snippet from the
beginning of the file:

-qiC2t%Pns0u1%s%uN0%I0p7DaK0c8H0%kf2A50000%c10%f#f -F "Mozilla/4.5
(compatible; HTTrack 3.0x; Windows 98)" -%l "en, *" <>
+*-%L "C:\\Users\\...\\URLList.txt"...

It looks mostly like it matches the guide here:
<>: -F being the user-agent field, %L
being a text file. But what the heck is

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