There are a bunch of files online "http://fake.url/334.pdf", "http://fake.url/5536.pdf" and "http://fake.url/2.pdf", say. I want to save them to my machine as "/foo/natasha.pdf", "/foo/wombat.pdf" and "/foo/tau.pdf" (where the directory "foo" does not yet exist).
Priority is the renaming, directory placement is simple enough after the fact.
Turning to wget's man, I find:
I do not want to concatenate several files, but to simply rename them as I go, keeping them in separate files.-O file
The documents will not be written to the appropriate files, but all will be concatenated together and written to file. ...
Is this sort of "Save As..." unsupported by wget, in which case I should use some sort of script that combines wget with other tools?
Or can I put a new -O file after every file to get these results I want?
Is there another approach I'm missing?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions you have!