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Re: CheckLink 4.2.1 and using a HTTP Proxy

From: <Nicholas.Z.Gavriniotis@transport.qld.gov.au>
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 11:13:15 +1000
To: www-validator@w3.org
Message-ID: <OFE8AF8096.9F83433C-ON4A2571B6.000636E6-4A2571B6.0006B49E@transport.qld.gov.au>

Hi there.

I am trying to set up the LinkChecker locally in my environment to do some 
diagnostic checks on the new front end for a company.  Unfortunately, I 
have a problem with a proxy blocking the ability for external addresses to 
be resolved giving me many errors that I don't believe to be valid.

I am running the most recent version of the linkchecker (4.2.1) and I've 
read through a thread "Re: Local validator via proxy" from October 2004. 
This seemed useful but doesn't seem to address the problem that I have. If 
I wanted to get the linkchecker to work with a HTTP Proxy and the version 
of the validator listed above, what settings would need to be changed in 
the check script to do this.  I am new to Perl so after reading the 
documentation for libwww-perl and LWP I'm still at a loss as to how to 
apply this configuration.

Any help in this department would be greatly appreciated.


Nikos Gavriniotis

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