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Dead Link Check

Dead Link Check (DLC) is a Perl script designed to find information on validity of HTTP references. The script may use/generate a cache file for avoiding redoing network requests if the user wants to check added entries. The script works by reading entries from a file (or a list of links from the command line) and output results in file(s) (or STDOUT). DLC was created as an extension to Public Bookmark Generator (PBM), but can be used on its own.

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  •  08 Dec 1999 08:34

    Release Notes: Fixes for environment variables' proxy use, lowercased URL redirection, and the generation of empty files, a new "Content" option (beta) to process content of HTML results for possible page not found errors and user moved, and a new "Dif" option for not printing the DLC information into HTML generated code.

    •  07 Oct 1999 02:26

      Release Notes: This release adds bug fixes related to proxy use and to lowercased URLs.

      •  05 Oct 1999 19:52

        Release Notes: First release to work with configure, bugfix in redirection loop and a bugfix in URL naming conventions.

        •  23 Jul 1999 03:44

          Release Notes: Extended range of user redirection recognition, added an optional argument to the "later" option, extended handling of ftp requests, added an "indicator" option to add a progress indicator (in percent) when running in maximum verbosity, extended code so that "Bad Host Names" are not requested more than required, option "userRedirect" now as the same effect as forcing a "GET", extended return codes to the HTTP/1.1 range (using RFC 2616), and a bug has been fixed in the http to ftp redirection.

          •  12 May 1999 16:23

            Release Notes: Bug fix in "infinite loop" handling.

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