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Re: how to differentiate cgi links from other html

From: NAN TU <tunan(at)not-real.paul.rutgers.edu>
Date: Wed Mar 15 2000 - 20:04:33 GMT
thank you!
But i want diff cgi from common page, since the cgi pages
are very dymanic and we cann't use same method to rank a
cgi file as a static file.
I try to modify swish and figure out how to deal with this!
do you know how to do this?

thank you!

Nan

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On Wed, 15 Mar 2000, Ron Samuel Klatchko wrote:

> NAN TU wrote:
> > I am a new user of swish-e. it's realy cute.
> > But the spider of it can only retrive common links,
> > such as *.html *.htm .. so how to get CGI links?
> > Can I assume that links without suffix of .html and .htm
> > are cgi files? I think we cann't assume that the CGI file
> > come from /cgi-bin/, because cgi file can be any where.
> 
> The official version of swish does not pay attention to the extension. 
> It follows all <A> links and decides how to handle them based on the
> mime type.  So if a CGI outputs HTML, it will work fine.
> 
> moo
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>            Ron Samuel Klatchko - Software Jester
>             Brightmail Inc - rsk@brightmail.com
> 
Received on Wed Mar 15 15:04:59 2000