Haha, it wasn't as easy as wget, trust me. Especially because powerphenix.com is outdated (!). I had to write a few scripts to generate URLs, access the servers "behind website's back", dig inaccessible files from web.archive.org and so on. Lot of fun.
Exxos' attempt is noble but way too incomplete, try to click on anything in http://powerphenix.exxoshost.co.uk/rodo ... rview.html
BTW, Rodolphe was so impressed with my work that he gave me login to his FTP and promised to redirect powerphenix.com to github and update the files from there. :D That means that we will eventually get the missing files as well I just have troubles to access his FTP (perhaps wrong credentials).
Also, if there's anyone with spare time, the website(s) need serious cleanup -- there's a lot of duplication, mainly because the first versions of the website were running on an Microsoft server (case insensitive paths...) so there's a lot of mess with folders like "ctpci", "CTPCI", "english", "English" etc, you never know which one to update. Not so speak about files themselves, many of them are duplicated in the same folder only with capitalisation etc.
Sources (and the fork button) accessible here: https://github.com/mikrosk/ct60tos/tree/gh-pages