secp Icon

secp

secp

Add a Review
3 Downloads (This Week)
Last Update:
  Browse Code SVN Repository

Description

secp is a generic utility written in Bash to perform URL downloads to a sink directory.

The supported url schemes are ftp, scp, http, https, gridftp, file and nfs, with the possibility to perform authentication using basic FTP/HTTP authentication or more advanced SSO authentication schemas.

The application analyses HTML pages to follow links and redirects, parses RDF and ATOM feeds, supports downloads of URL lists, automatically decompresses files and directories and many other feature.

Tool works on a generic Linux distribution or on Windows (for windows, you need to install "Git for Windows")

secp Web Site

Features

  • Support for download from most of the ESA data archives and catalogues (SciHub, VA4, ESAR, MERCI, etc...)
  • Parallel downloads (optionally with multiple credentials)
  • Support for ftp, scp, http, https, gridftp, hadoopfs, file and nfs.
  • Support for basic (e.g. SciHub), ESA's EO-SSO, EO Data Gateway authentication
  • Built-in credentials and session manager
  • Automatic unpackaging of files
  • Support for file lists in metalink, ATOM (@rel=enclosure), RDF, HTML (meta-refresh and href-tags), UAR (url textual file lists)

KEEP ME UPDATED

Write a Review

User Reviews

Be the first to post a review of secp!

Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Information Technology, End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

Unix Shell

Registered

2013-06-13

Thanks for helping keep SourceForge clean.

Screenshot instructions:
Windows
Mac
Red Hat Linux   Ubuntu

Click URL instructions:
Right-click on ad, choose "Copy Link", then paste here →
(This may not be possible with some types of ads)

More information about our ad policies
X

Briefly describe the problem (required):

Upload screenshot of ad (required):
Select a file, or drag & drop file here.

Please provide the ad click URL, if possible:

Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter:

No, thanks