Sorry don't think I've explained this very clearly ! :-))
Start again ....
People can enter a url with code in, this gets copied to a different server
and read as an array !
At this point, the original server path needs to be added to the links in
the copied file.
The basics of this do actually already work - I just need the regex
expression to find any files
with "name.gif" (only allowing letters,numbers and _)
and to find files "/pics/name.gif" - that is same rule but starting with a
And at that point they all get replaced with the server path and written to
the file !
> On Monday 29 April 2002 17:10, John Fishworld wrote:
> > No the problem is I'm reading a file into an array and then need
> > to change any of the links in the file from relative links to absolute
> > links !
> > So that my lg_mode.gif gets the full server path in front of it
> > http://www.ltest.com/lg_mode.gif
> > and exactly the same with the other one but of course I don't won't
> > http://www.test.com//folder/name.gif
> > > > I'm trying to find files in my array
> > > > for example
> > > > ="lg_imode.gif"
> > > > and
> > > > ="/db/imodeklein/edgar-IMODE-1-.gif"
> > > >
> > > > I want to differentiate between the files with slash at the front
> > ones
> > > > without so that
> > > > I can add a server path !
> > > > but as usual I' m having problems with the correct regex
> Not sure if I understand your problem correctly.
> Define your server path as: http://www.myserver.com/some/path (NB no
> trailing slash)
> If the first char of file contains '/' use:
> otherwise use:
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