[twill] checking for bad links.
jeremiah.jester at panasonic.aero
Fri Sep 26 13:50:39 PDT 2008
Thanks Sheryl. I'll try that.
Also, another question..
I'm trying to automate a login script in python using twill. when i do
this via cmd line in twill, everything works as expected and I get the
appropriate sessions/cookies. However, these same variables won't return
when i run the python script? Do I need to pass/return them some how?
Here's what I'm doing...
>> extend_with filename
>>login someusername somepassword
>>show_cookies #coorect vars don't print
from twill.commands import *
def login(u, p):
fv(1, 'username', u)
fv(1, 'password', p)
Appreciate your help!
On Fri, 2008-09-26 at 12:53 -0700, Sheryl wrote:
> > Hellow,
> > Just signed up for the list. Newbie at twill. Just want to make sure
> doing things right here.
> > I basically want to automate a script that will traverse my
> > site/directory and redirect output for bad links on all pages to an
> error log.
> Twill is a great tool and all, but why roll your own with twill when
> are existing applications like linklint (linklint.org)?
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