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Subject: Re: Problem with moving arguments
Author: Xavier Roche
Date: 01/30/2004 21:47
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> etc.  Would it be hard to make HTTrack recognize these as
> being equivalent?  Or are there cases where they are not
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It would require some hacking, but this wouldn't be too 
much work. The problem is that, yes, a webserver has the 
right to deliver different content based on parameter order.

Example: a cgi that is calculating the price of a travel 
from paris to new york (airplane), then ny->sf by car, and 
then ->boston by bus, and an open ticket for a car rent 
(this is a pure imaginary travel website)


The page (ans the price!) won't be the same for:


(that is, boston->ny by car, then to paris by car (possibly 
carried by an airplane container (!)), then way back to sf 
by airplane and then a bus rent)

Generally, webserver are "nice" and have no restrictions on 
the argument order, however. But, again, this is not 
mandatory (as least I couldn't find any information in 

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