Updated 2011-08-06 18:13:31 by RLE

A.k.a. the Internet Archive wayback machine [1]: Frequently the only way of retrieving information on web sites no longer on the net.

Not Tcl-related (that we know), but often very convenient for digging up old stuff. If a link to some code here on the wiki is broken because the site has disappeared, then the info may still be up in this archive.

lexfiend 16 Feb 2006 - It's also useful for finding older versions of existing content (i.e. time-travelling). To find all archived versions of, say, http://www.scriptics.com/, simply go to http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.scriptics.com/ and take your pick.

Lars H, 2010-06-10: I just noticed that (the current) WubWikit seems to be confused by the second http: in links such as the above if put in brackets:

A work-around is to %-encode the colon, writing http%3A, like so: