Webarchiver allows you to create Safari .webarchive files from the command line.
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#Webarchiver

Webarchiver allows you to create Safari .webarchive files from the command line. Webarchives are a convenient way to store a webpage and its associated files (images, css, javascript, etc) in a single file. It is very simple to use:

./webarchiver -url http://www.google.com -output google.webarchive

##Usage

$./webarchiver

webarchiver 0.9
Usage: webarchiver -url URL -output FILE
Example: webarchiver -url http://www.google.com -output google.webarchive
-url    http:// or path to local file
-output File to write webarchive to</code>

Do not forget the ‘http://’ if you want to archive a webpage. If no ‘http://’ is present then webarchiver attempts to archive a local file.

##Download

The easiest way to install webarchiver is using MacPorts:

`sudo port install webarchiver`  

##Release notes

Version 0.9 : Removed man page template. Updated Version number in code. Thanks Kurt Hindenburg

Version 0.8 : Matias Piipari fixed error codes.

Version 0.7 :

  • Modernized and improved the code.
  • Support for loading local HTML files without an extension.
  • If the output path is a folder, we now save the webarchive there.
  • Big thanks to Jan Weiß for the work done in this release

Version 0.6 : Cleaned up Github release.

Version 0.5 : More robust KBWebArchiver (Keith Blount and Jan Weiß).

Version 0.4 : Code maintenance and cleanup (Jan Weiß).

Version 0.3 : Changed URL and sorted out source for git.

Version 0.2 : John Winter fixed page loading issue.

Version 0.1 : Initial release.

##Credits