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RE: HText_registerTextCallback

From: Bang, Steinar <Steinar.bang@tandbergtv.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2001 09:00:45 +0200
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To: "'SunilGS@aol.com'" <SunilGS@aol.com>, henrikn@microsoft.com, www-lib@w3.org
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Sunil wrote:

> I tried HTLoadToChunk but it didn't work for me.

What does it mean that HTLoadToChunk didn't work for
you?  Did the data disappear down a black hole?
Did the default text/html handler run instead?

It's for getting answers to these kind of questions
that it would be good to see the results of a trace.

> What I'm doing is using Webbot to do the crawling 
> for me, but register a function so that for each
> URL it crawled, I can post process the web content.
> Basically, I need to store each page that it crawled
> locally to my machine. 

Hm... do you have your own conversion from "text/html"
to something?  Do you convert to "www/present", or
to "*/*"?  If your conversion is to "*/*", try making
it be a conversion to "www/present".

The default conversion installed by HTMLInit(), is
a conversion to "www/present", so if you haven't
tampered with this, then the problem must be something

The results of a trace would be useful in any case.

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