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I am looking for a way to convert a string to a clean url.

For example :

 wget http://myurl.com/toto/foo bar.jpg

This is going to download http://myurl.com/toto/foo and http://bar.jpg.

I want to download http://myurl.com/toto%20bar.jpg.

I tried some flag like --restrict-file-names=ascii but without success.

I do not want a way to encode not a kind of replace one-by-one.

Any idea ?

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Contain the URL in quotes:

wget "http://myurl.com/toto/foo bar.jpg"

This is a general way of containing strings with spaces as a single argument.

  • Damn ... I should think about this. Thank you. – aloisdg Mar 12 '14 at 18:11

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