I would like to create a short but sweet script for wget to use a .list file. The catch is that I'd like to set directories that these files go into.
file: url.list [group 1] http://www.somehost.com/files/tool.7z http://www.someotherhost.com/files/icon36.png [group 2] http://www.idunno.net/other-tool.tar.gz http://265.265.265.265/config.ini http://www.myownsite.com/tools/script-to-run-tool.cmd eof
([group 1] and [group 2] are just here for readability, they are NOT in my real list file) (yeah I know 265 isn't real, that's why it's an example)
command (currently using which cannot parse folders) wget --continue --timestamping --content-disposition -i url.list
Of course, this currently downloads all 5 files to the same directory. my question is, is there a way to tell wget to use a different folder for group 1, and for group 2, in my case i'd like this to grab several tools that I use at work, i have a separate script in windows that creates a winpe usb key and injects all tools in these directories to the key.
So my ultimate question, can this be done super easy, or does it require me to use a full bash script to grab them and create the folders for them to go in and move them there? (using -o in wget screws with my timestamping, and timestamps are mission critical)
in theory when this finishes, i would like to have a fresh copy of (psuedo names):
tools/cool-tool/tool.7z tools/cool-tool/icon36.png tools/special-tool/other-tool.tar.gz tools/special-tool/config.ini tools/special-tool/script-to-run-tool.cmd