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Michelle Konzack wrote:
> Imagine you have a local mirror of your website and you want to know why
> the site @HOSTINGPROVIDER has some files more or such.
> You can spider the website @HOSTINGPROVIDER recursiv in a local "tmp1"
> directory and then, with the same commandline, you can do the same with
> the local mirror and "download" the files recursive into "tmp2" and now
> you and now you can make a recursive fs-diff and know which files are
> used... on both, the local mirror and @HOSTINGPROVIDER
I'm confused. If you can successfully download the files from
HOSTINGPROVIDER in the first place, then why would a difference exist?
And if you can't, then this wouldn't be an effective way to find out.
Micah J. Cowan
Programmer, musician, typesetting enthusiast, gamer.
GNU Maintainer: wget, screen, teseq
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