Christian Lohmaier wrote on 2011-07-30 18:24:
The problem is that the dirlisting is no standard apache listing, and
matches lighthttp listing that the parser assumes, but it fails to
detect entries as directories correctly.
thanks a lot for investigating, Christian!
the problem is that "check whether entry ends in a slash" fails
because the / is outside of the link-label
and thus it treats the libreoffice as file entry and the size column
contains "-" so it cannot compare.
Did you ping the mirror admin about that, maybe he can easily fix it?
Nope, that is the one used in the database.
Log story short, I changed the parser to also accept the string
"Directory" as a marker for dir-entries. So now scanning should work
with ibiblio mirror as well
(@flo: see line 640 in /usr/bin/scanner)
I had it scanned and enabled.
Thanks a lot! Can you ping Peter Pöml so he can include that fix in
MirrorBrain? In case of a MirrorBrain update, your change will be
removed otherwise, so it should make its way into the main code.
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