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Re: Code updates

From: Sean Owen <srowen@google.com>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 13:17:53 -0400
Message-ID: <e920a71c0705181017s416f5a37u9669d40e09dbf1f@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Jo Rabin" <jo@linguafranca.org>
Cc: public-mobileok-checker@w3.org

PS I checked in some stuff last night to fix the namespaces issue too
-- it works, but, not sure if it is the best way or what. You'll want
to do an update and I apologize for conflicts. I'm open to better
solutions than what I threw in.

I can submit if you'll send over files and/or a diff.

I'd like to maintain some minimal control over style and design of the
code. Not the content but how it's written and built into the
object-oriented design. I think it's important for the whole
application to be built in a cohesive way. I'd like to be able to edit
and refactor code from time to time and I hope this will be easy and
beneficial to the application, and satisfy my obsessive-compulsive
tendencies about code style and design. So Jo I'd also appreciate the
opportunity to take a light editorial pen to what you send over?

On 5/18/07, Jo Rabin <jo@linguafranca.org> wrote:
> I have some code updates to check in, but no means of doing so :-(
> I've been looking at production of the moki document ... mainly ...
> Here's a mixed bag of thoughts and random comment:
> PreprocessorResults
> Fixed the problem with namespaces
> Made quite a few changes to processing of HTTP headers to parse them
> correctly
> Added some DocInfo
> Added the base64 encoded document
> Fixed problem with no document returned.
> DOMUtils added an extra helper
> HTTPResource
> Stopped following redirects automatically
> Stopped processing cookies
> Rewrote parseTidiedDOM
> Problem with 0 length body (fixed?)
> Tester
> I've added some command line switches:
> -m mokifilename (leave the filename off and it doesn't output)
> -r resultfilename (ditto)
> [-u] dummy so you can  do e.g. -r -u http://wonky.mobi
> Base64
> I've added some code to Base64 (taken from java.util....base64)
> Generally,
> Auto redirection is now off, but I have not put manual redirection in as it
> needs a bit of thought as to how one would store the results of each of the
> requests.
> I think that cookies are being thrown away if they are invalid - before I
> changed the process cookies thing, HTTPClient was throwing grumbles out to
> the console (on http://google.com/m). Not sure what is happening about this.
> Could be that since switching off autoredirection the cokkie behaviour is
> different.
> Anyway if anyone has write access I'll send the files over.
> Cheers
> Jo
> ---
> Jo Rabin
> M: +44 7904 185975
> Skype: JoRabin
Received on Friday, 18 May 2007 17:18:34 UTC

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