Kurly – An Alternative to Most Widely Used Curl Program

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2 Responses

  1. RWR says:

    And this is a good addition to existing tools exactly how? Does it do anything that curl and wget, already existing, thoroughly debugged, opens source tools , cannot do? Why would one want to use kurly instead? Because it is there? This seems to be little more than somebody’s desire to reinvent a wheel that has already been invented many times, or to show that Go can get things done. In short, yet another application that fills a much-needed gap.

    • Aaron Kili says:


      This is a good concern, well thought out. Although kurly simple ships in with features already existing in curl, i believe it is still in its infancy, may be new features not present in curl will be added to it in the future. Many thanks for sharing your thoughts with us.

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