I've a big problem with htdig 3.1.6 : my exclude_urls parameter isn't
used correctly by htdig
".php" excludes "http://www.phpbb-fr.com"; but not
Strange, isn't it ?
I know that I can use exclude_extension, but my wish is to exclude
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> I've a big problem with htdig 3.1.6 : my exclude_urls parameter isn't
> used correctly by htdig
> ".php" excludes "http://www.phpbb-fr.com"; but not
> Strange, isn't it ?
I can't reproduce this on my system with htdig 3.1.6. I've set...
and htdig rejects all the following URLs, indicating the reason for
rejection (in htdig -vvvv output) as "Item in the exclude list: item #
1 length: 4".
.../pppBB2/posting.php - in case the first "php" threw it off
> I know that I can use exclude_extension, but my wish is to exclude
> ".php?" only...
There is no exclude_extension, but "bad_extensions: .php" would work to
exclude all files with extension .php, whether there is a query string
after it or not. However, if your wish is to exclude ".php?" only
(i.e. reject all .php URLs followed by a query string) then...
should do the trick. If you run into problems with this, try running
htdig -vvvv to see what's going on as it encounters these URLs.
Gilles R. Detillieux E-mail: <grdetil@...>
Spinal Cord Research Centre WWW: http://www.scrc.umanitoba.ca/
Dept. Physiology, U. of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB R3E 3J7 (Canada)