Gilles Detillieux (email@example.com)
Thu, 8 Jul 1999 11:07:29 -0500 (CDT)
According to Matt Salomone:
> Edit the file htdig.conf in your htdig directory and add the following line:
> case_sensitive: false
> That should fix your problem...
No it won't. Currently, case_sensitive only affects how disallow lines
in robots.txt are matched, but it doesn't handle the case below. Someone
is working on extending the case_sensitive attribute to handle this problem,
i.e. to work as documented, but in the current releases and even the latest
CVS source tree, it's still pretty limited.
> >An example:
> > http://www.a.com/tata/index.html and
> > http://www.a.com/TATA/index.html
> >Both are the same, but htdig shows both hits as they are different.
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