DoomFetch is in the vein of GetWAD or WadSeeker where it will search for WADs/PK3s/PKEs/ZIPs from different sources, and maintain a "lock" file for successfully fetched WADs so they can be re-fetched for different targets. The goal of this tool is just for fetching, or for dependency management.
DoomFetch v1.1.0 by Matt Tropiano Usage: doomfetch [--help | -h | --version] [driver] [filename] [options] [filename] [options] [options] --help Prints help and exits. -h --version Prints version, and exits. [driver]: (OPTIONAL) The specific driver to use for searching for a file. [filename]: (OPTIONAL) If specified, the name of the file to fetch (no extension). If NOT specified, attempt to fetch the files in the lock file. Successfully fetched files are placed in the lock file. [options]: --lockfile [path] Changes the lockfile to use. [path] is the path to the lock file. Default: doomfetch.lock --target [path] The target path for the downloaded files. If a file is determined to exist in the target path, of the same name, it is skipped unless --update is specified. Default: . --update Tells DoomFetch to update even if a file is present. --nolock Tells DoomFetch to not update the lock file. Available drivers: idgames doomshack dogsoft
### Changed for 1.1.0 * `Added` DogSoft driver. * `Added` The `--nolock` parameter for skipping updating the lockfile. ### Changed for 1.0.0 * Initial Release.