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[3:32 PM]
Snarf Web Sites With New Mac Product
Do you have need of downloading an entire web site? A new product by SFS Software of Germany allows you to do just that. The product is called SiteEater 2.0 for Mac and is their first Mac product. SFS products are made in Java, but the company has put it together with a Mac specific intaller to make it easier. According to SFS:

SiteEater 2 is a powerful, multi-threaded web site download application. It can create an exact duplicate or mirror of a website, complete with subdirectory structure and all required files. Instruct SiteEater to download an entire website or just specific files by extension. SiteEater 2.0 represents a complete rewrite of SFS SOFTWARE's original SiteEater product, with direct support of Apple Computer's MRJ 2.1.1 implementation.

The Apple Macintosh G3 line also is a great platform for web site development, collaboration and servicing the web. We are wrapping up a version of DocFather as well as other products that encapsulate the Mac experience and do not require a lot of tinkering with the intricacies of the Java virtual machine," said Dirk Schlenzig, General Manager of SFS SOFTWARE.

More information is available from the company's web site. SiteEater 2.0 is priced at US$49 with a 10 user package available for US$395.

SFS Software



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