Neil Mansilla (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 14 Jun 1999 09:09:51 -0400
>No, it is definitely a bug. The intention of case_sensitive was for
>exactly what the documentation says. Before 3.1.0, all URLs were stored as
>lowercase, essentially as case insensitive. So we'll need to take account
>of case_sensitive in the DocumentDB.cc code.
Can someone offer some insight as to how to retrieve the
config["case_sensitive"] in DocumentDB.cc? Does the value
of case_sensitive have to checked at each point I see a
commented out: url.lowercase(), OR is there a way to
(from a single spot) IMMEDIATELY convert URLs to lowercase
(right when they're found in a document)?
I found that if I uncommented each line in DocumentDB.cc
that contains "url.lowercase()", htdig's verbose report
still looks like this:
11:11:3:http://www.foo.com/bar.html: size = 12345
12:4:1:http://www.foo.com/BAR.HTML: retrieved but not changed
I would like to avoid any uppercase representation all
together if case_sensitive = false;
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