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From Nicola Ken Barozzi <>
Subject Re: [RT] Fixing the CLI
Date Wed, 05 Mar 2003 15:39:03 GMT

Upayavira wrote, On 05/03/2003 16.33:
> Nicola Ken wrote:
>>So, from quick glance, it seems that the way it's done is IMHO the
>>right way.
> Glad you think so!


>>Upayavira wrote in bugzilla:
> I ran this on a site I built some time ago (with nasty things like Javascript: links,
> got files generated for:
> #US
> #nonUS
> http_
> javascript_form.submit()
> http_\
> javascript_form.submit()
> None of which should have been generated. I would therefore ignore links that begin 
> with #, javascript: or mailto:. 

I see... what does the "old" CLI do? If it doesn't do it, why? Hmmm...

> The controversial one I presume is ignoring links that 
> begin with http://. We could get around this by adding a configuration parameter that

> specifies the name of the server that the site is based upon. So, when generating the

> Cocoon site, we could specify that URIs that begin with

> should be spidered, but references to (for example) should be 
> ignored. By default, I'd just ignore any links that begin with http://.
> I haven't tried this using the old behaviour. I will, and will let you know.

Ah, ok :-)

>>Also, have you yet measured the speed increases?
> I haven't measured it. I'll do that and report back. I'll add some code to report the
> taken to generate the site (much like the build script).

Very good. Can't wait to see a real-life comparison report :-)

>>Is it possible to also have the same 3 step behaviour there was
> Yes. I've left the original behaviour as the default. All other behaviours can be 
> configured in the xconf file.

Excellent :-)

< happy but frustrated I can't get my hands on it to test it,
   just email...  grrrrr ;-))  >

Nicola Ken Barozzi         
             - verba volant, scripta manent -
    (discussions get forgotten, just code remains)

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