reseau at univ-tlse1.fr
Fri Jun 10 03:15:46 EDT 2005
Chris Fortune wrote:
> Nice work!! I've been playing with it for about an hour now and found it very reliable and stable. Thanks for the benchmark.
> Average time is 0.8 seconds per email on my dual cpu 1.7GHz machine.
> It doesn't deal with entity encoded href's however, for example:
> <a href=3d"http://rationalizing=2emanhotgirls=2enet/9783619434315/Oligoc=
> maybe something like this would work?:
> $href =~ s/=(\d[a-zA-Z])/chr($1)/g;
> $href =~ s/(=\r?\n)/\n/g;
> even a simple text replacement s/href=3D/href=/ig would suffice in most cases.
> I'm not sure if this would break some MIME rule?
Stripsearch is a nice idea, but there are some problems with some lines :
(line of an arpwatch report) is transformed in
(line of an "virus" report) is transformed in
And now a question : have you try to use a "compiled" version of
stripsearch ? is-it a good idea ?
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