On Tue, 19 Sep 2006 15:45:37 -0000, aceblchboy wrote:
>I noticed in the latest release that Xenu seems a bit slower, that it
>starts lagging at a lower link quantity (about 20,000).
Get the new beta that I mentioned :)
>I'm assuming that this program is written in VB, if it is, maybe
No it's not (see on the website, it is Visual C++)
>applying some coding corrections as suggested from
>http://www.aivosto.com/vbtips/stringopt.html, a part of the resource
>page at http://www.aivosto.com/resources.html. Yes, they're selling a
>product, but they also offer the list of tips. I haven't tested these
>as I am a VB novice myself.
>I use Xenu to help test dead links on a rather large fansite and I use
>it to help enforce an external image size policy. The real problem
>with scanning the userbase of a forum is that Xenu parses a string that
>the forum adds. It seems to be an MD5 checksum string that appears in
>the URL string as /index.php?s=(MD5 string here)&(other parameters
>here). Removing the s=(MD5 string here) would make the links duplicate
>rather than unique because with the string, it balloons 10,000 users
>into 100,000 links and I end up having to separate the real external
>links from those in the forum due to the exclusion rule setup I have.
>In short, is there a way to remove that string segment from a URL in
>xenu before xenu adds the link for parsing?