[sword-devel] Monitoring the sources for our modules?

David Haslam d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk
Mon Sep 7 00:01:04 MST 2009

Hi Jon,

I am impressed, even though the line is somewhat obscure to the uninitiated.
I suppose it would be "icing on the cake" to have the output sorted?  ;>}

We should do the same for those in the beta repo.

The checking for broken links using Xenu's LinkSleuth would be a very useful

For that, we'd need to pipe the script output to a standalone web-page
somewhere on crosswire.org,
but one with no links back to anything else on our server. 

Running LinkSleuth on the whole of our server is a fruitless task!  I once
tried it.  

-  David

Jonathan Marsden wrote:
> David Haslam wrote:
>> http://home.snafu.de/tilman/xenulink.html Xenu's Linksleuth , but first
>> someone would have to generate a single page containing a table listing
>> every module in one column, and the "supplier" URL (from the conf files)
>> in
>> another.
> Here's an improved version.  Not exactly readable, but appears to work.
>  Still a (long) oneliner :)
> wget -O- -q ftp://ftp.crosswire.org/pub/sword/raw/mods.d.tar.gz |tar
> zxOf - |egrep "^\[|TextSource=.*http" |sed -e 's/^.*http/http/' -e
> 's/,.*$//' |tr '\n' ' ' |sed -e 's/\(http[^ ]\+ \)/\1\n/g' |sed -e
> 's/^.*\(\[.*\]\)/\1/' |head --lines=-1
> Jonathan

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