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10.4: Create .webarchive files in Terminal UNIX
I recently wrote a command line utility called webarchiver (free, source code available) that allows you to create Safari .webarchive files from the command line. Webarchives are a convenient way to store a webpage and its associated files (images, css, javascript, etc) in a single file. It is very simple to use:
./webarchiver -url http://www.google.com -output google.webarchive
Make sure you include http:// in the URL when fetching a remote webpage. If you don't, webarchiver attempts to locate a local file. Webarchiver is only compatible with OS X 10.4, and is a universal binary.

[robg adds: This worked as described in my testing.]
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10.4: Create .webarchive files in Terminal
Authored by: victory on Dec 19, '11 03:01:00AM
The author appears to have moved this utility since the original post. It can now be found here.

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