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Subject: %H bug: ok - I'm not going crazy...
Author: Steve
Date: 05/14/2002 09:30
I think I've found a bug with the '%H' option under 
Linux. It appears that if the target directory as 
specified by '-O' does not exist, the hts-ioinfo.txt 
file does not get created and written to, and the http 
header info goes missing. If the target directory does 
exist, the file gets created / written to fine. The 
presence of the target directory doesn't appear to 
have an impact on the other logfiles (hts-
[err|info|stats].txt). I've tested this by using 
identical startup arguments with the directory 
existing and not existing, using v3.15 and 3.16-2. I'm 
running on redhat v7.2, kernel 2.4.9-31.

Of course, if the '-O' target is meant to exist prior 
to starting httrack, then its not a bug at all... can 
you verify what should be going on here?thanks a lot, and my apologies for
adding a few 
unnecessary posts (not to mention extra emails for the 
subscribers) - a delete function on the forum sure 
would be handy :)



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