I have 3 unrelated questions.
1) When using Swish-E with HTTP and the Perl Spider what happens when a
page has been constructed using frames, where the actual content is one or
more levels below that of the current HTML page? Does Swish-E just ignore
the existence of frames or does it make some attempt to read through them?
2) When using Swish-E with the HTTP option, the "NoContents" option appears
to work, even though it states in the example "user.config" file that this
is a FILESYSTEM-only option. Is this a change made by someone because it
seemed like a good idea? If so, it was a very good idea! I really need an
option like this!
3) If I were to use Swish-E in a commercial application, what steps should
Received on Thu Feb 10 06:58:53 2000