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Tool which extracts web pages from hard drive and imports to a text file eljefe3 msg:664562 11:53 am on Jan 22, 2001 (gmt 0) I'm looking for a tool which will extract all html files from a folder on the local hard drive (folder being named mysite.com) and will extract all pages out of the folder and write them to a text file: [ ...] [ mysite.com ...] etc. mysite.com
Is there such a program or script out there. This would be a great time saver when doing the cross linking thing.
DaveAtIFG msg:664563 7:21 pm on Jan 22, 2001 (gmt 0)
Assuming you're using Windoze and you just want a text list of the files in a folder, DOS or a command prompt will do it for you using redirects.
dir *.html /b > filenames.txt
The "/b" switch gives a bare listing, no file date/size et al. The ">" redirects the output to the file you specify.
Add a "/o" switch to set sort order or a "/s" to include subdirectories.
eljefe3 msg:664564 10:09 am on Jan 23, 2001 (gmt 0)