Geoff Hutchison (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fri, 4 Jun 1999 15:52:03 -0400 (EDT)
On Fri, 4 Jun 1999, Gilles Detillieux wrote:
> case 24 is identical to case 25, as far as I can tell, so the two can be
> merged together. Why duplicate code?
Are you talking about something like this?
case 24: // embed
case 25: // object
If there's a legal syntax to combine the two cases, great. I don't have my
reference book around. Other parts of the HTML.cc parser need some
cleaning up too.
> This will match any of "src", "href" or "name". Is this all right?
> If the <embed> and <object> tags both use only src=..., you could use
> srcMatch.FindFirstWord(...) instead.
This is probably better. Of course this means the IMG tag is wrong, since
this is where I grabbed the code.
> This last function call won't work. You'd need to do something like:
> if (dofollow)
> URL *href = new URL(position, *base);
> retriever.got_href(*href, "");
> delete href;
As I said, it wasn't tested in the least. But someone asked how to add
embed and object tag parsing, so I showed them. At the moment, I don't
have much time to spare to coding for another few days. However, it seemed
like any necessary modifications would be easy enough for someone else to
do. Yeah, I know, I should have tried it...
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