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Re: [Bug-wget] Hello again
Re: [Bug-wget] Hello again
Tue, 9 Oct 2018 17:54:02 +0300
Hello Darshit Shah,
Thank you for your welcome message. I am glad to be part of your project!
run on the browser side, and we have no problem fetching it.
There might be an "ajax" issues with sites rely on it. Ajax is dealt heavy by
programmers and they will have to take some action on their site to incorporate
POST requests to comments and mail will need to taken care of so they will work
on static site. One solution is to do hosted supplier that will carry the task
and deliver spam removal as well.
I think I will be able to a howto document on that.
From: Darshit Shah <address@hidden>
Sent: Tuesday, 9 October, 2018 2:52 PM
Subject: Re: [Bug-wget] Hello again
Nice to hear from you again. I vaguely remember a mention of someone who wanted
to work on this feature. When deciding to make this work, please remember that
Wordpress is a difficult thing. The reason for this is that we do _not_ intend
much of a maintenance nightmare. However, if the site can work without
copy. If it can't handle something, please let us know / file a bug report
Of course, I welcome you to work on Wget2 as you see fit. And we would love to
look at any contributions you can make. We will also try and help you out as
much as possible when dealing with the codebase.
About the dev setup, I only use vim and gdb to work with Wget. As Tim has
already mentioned, he uses Netbeans and might be able to help you out.
You also mentioned something about the lib/ directory. That is an
auto-generated dir with compatibility libs that you don't need to care about.
All the code for Wget2 is in src/ and the code for the library is in libwget/.
Those are the two main directories you need to care about. And of course tests/
for the tests.
* address@hidden <address@hidden> [181008 21:22]:
> Hello again,
> My name is Michael. I have approached you about a year ago.
> I am interested in making wget2 a tool that can convert content management
> systems (like WordPress) output to HTML. This actually limits the content
> management system to generate the website every time it is changed, and the
> presentation is done using the HTTP server only.
> This is an important feature as it prevents security risk - penetration of
> hacker to the site and installing viruses or stealing data.
> It also allows the website to be delivered much faster as no PHP code needs
> to run in order to deliver the content. Google already announced that site
> download speed is a factor in its SEO evaluation.
> I will be able to work for 3 hours every week on the project. I do need some
> guidance from you.
> I have started to configure Netbeans IDE as using a debugger can help me
> delve into the code much faster. There are some issues with the Netbeans. Do
> you use Id? Which one?
> Best regards,
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