> > EquivalentServer http://myserver/ http://myserver/too
> That doesn't do anything. What exactly are you trying to do?
Mostly being curious. It's just something that popped into my mind when I
read the mail. If I understand your use of equivalent, there may be some
cases where a web would exist as a sub directory as well as under its own
domain name. For example, http://myvirtualserver/ would be equivalent to
This is how HTTP/1.1 stays semi-compatible with HTTP/1.0 browsers. If there
is no Request URI header, then a non-virtual URI is served. Am I
misunderstanding your use of equivalent? Or, would you expect someone to
use another method which I am currently overlooking?
> > BTW, I think I have narrowed the spidering problem down to a
> few lines of
> > code. I will have more info later. It has to do with the
> screwy command
> > interpreter on Windows 9x. NT would likely work fine. To run the PERL
> > script on 9x, one would have to call "start swishspider.pl...",
> instead of
> > "swishspider.pl..."
> I'm not sure if that's the correct solution. At least from the command
> line, start does not wait for the program to end before returning
> control. This would definitely break swish.
Hmmm, yes, that would be a problem. Start.exe being a stub had slipped my
mind. Albeit bloated, somewhat complex, and several other things, I suppose
one could link perl.lib into SWISH to make it directly understand the
swishspider.pl script. I would call it overboard, given this would only add
Win9x support. Perhaps, a simplified C replacement of the PERL script just
for Win9x. Just enough to be useful for simple projects. If someone needed
the full functionality, they can always use a decent Server platform that
supports shell scripts.
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