Re: Link Sleuth in Java
- Pro for Client;
Should the day come that you no longer choose to build xenu (ie you get tired of it) then the server edition would see the end of days. Sticking with the client edition if I read this correctly would allow the program to continue for at least a few years past it's final version.
Case in point I use a non internet program that does not require a server. It has not been updated since January 2005. The program still runs flawless on XP and works well on Vista and Windows 7 including the local lan portion of the program.
I would replace the program but the newer programs just don't have the features and this program does not appear to be a security risk even at it's age.
--- In email@example.com, "Vince Thacker" <vince@...> wrote:
> As a blind user, could you please ensure that whatever you do Xenu remains
> accessible to assistive technology? Even if it takes the tacky Java Access
> Bridge to be installed, it can, on a clear day, be made to work. But the
> Java needs to reveal output in the right way in the first place. What
> exactly that means - well, sorry, life's too short!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tilman Hausherr" <tilman@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Friday, October 08, 2010 6:12 PM
> Subject: [xenu-usergroup] Link Sleuth in Java
> > I'm thinking about rewriting Xenu in a machine-independent language, and
> > I think that Java is the best choice. I'm not saying that I will
> > actually do it, so its not even vaporware at this time.
> > The next question is: client or server (like LinkTiger)?
> > Server:
> > - dependent of server, i.e. of me
> > - security issues for server
> > - passwords would have to be uploaded on my server
> > - cost for server bandwidth
> > - cannot check intranets
> > Client:
> > - independent of me
> > - dependent of client bandwith
> > - retries as much as wanted
> > - can check intranets
> > Please tell me more arguments that are pro/against Client or Server.
> > Tilman
> > ------------------------------------
> > Yahoo! Groups Links
- Hi All,
I've used Xenu a lot in the past but more recently needed a version in Java, so I wrote one. Unfortunately, I've never had time to document and package it and make it easy for other people to download and use, but it seems to work well enough for me.
It's been tucked away within another Sourceforge project for years now. If you known a bit about compiling and running command-line Java apps, take a look at http://jftpsync.sourceforge.net/
The relevant sub-branch of files is under http://jftpsync.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/jftpsync/trunk/src/uk/org/beton/jxenu/ and the app is called jxenu (what else?!)
Perhaps we ought to make it more widely available. Thoughts welcome.
It is licensed using the LGPL.
- Please use a different name... one that doesn't have "xenu" in it,
because this suggests I have something to do with it, which I haven't.
I had a very, very quick look, without compiling it... Is this a pure
command line software, i.e without a GUI?
On Tue, 12 Oct 2010 21:14:20 +0100, Rick Beton wrote:
>I've used Xenu a lot in the past but more recently needed a version in Java,
>so I wrote one. Unfortunately, I've never had time to document and package
>it and make it easy for other people to download and use, but it seems to
>work well enough for me.
>It's been tucked away within another Sourceforge project for years now. If
>you known a bit about compiling and running command-line Java apps, take a
>look at http://jftpsync.sourceforge.net/
>The relevant sub-branch of files is under
>the app is called jxenu (what else?!)
>Perhaps we ought to make it more widely available. Thoughts welcome.
>It is licensed using the LGPL.