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Subject: Re: Writing to ARC format
Author: Xavier Roche
Date: 11/22/2003 16:10
> I didn't know that was a lgeal response code:)

Well, there are several hacks inside httrack that allows to 
crawl even "broken" servers, that is, servers that do not 
give any headers (direct html content) ; in such cases 
you'll have to bypass them (but such cases are fortunately 

> But you don't do 200 => 30* for 200 responses with a
> Location: header?
No - this is something that is not very common, apparently, 
even if it is not forbidden by the RFC (but 200 + Location 
has no defined meaning anwyay)

> Aha!  I thought that might be the case.  Is there anything
> in the htsblk that's reliable at that point?  And is there
> something I can do to have the headers processed (short of
> doing it myself)?
I have changed the callback position ; and now headers 
should be parsed before (see 3.31-test-1)

> Yup.  Don't have the time to go in and understand it, so I
> just picked the known GLib implementation.  Also, I'm not
> sure what to do to remove an entry from the htsinthash.

This isn't yet possible :)
hashtables in httrack are generally static, or are growing 
(link table, for example)

The 3.31-test-1 is now available in beta release at
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