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relative to absolute conversion

 
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Hi-ya

I am looking for a library or even just a class that takes in an html doc, converts the relative links to absolute links and gives me back the html.

I can see how it would be done, but surely this must exist somewhere, no? Or do I have to roll my own?

thanks.

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Firefox has plugins that yank every link on a page.

If you want to look at the page yourself, there is a link array that contains every link on the page.

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thanks, but I suppose I neglected to mention that I want to do this from a java application.
 
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then I will move this to a Java Forum....
 
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I use the Quiotix HTML Parser which is a good tool to walk through the HTML, look for stuff, change it, and regenerate HTML.

If you use something like that you can find any relative addresses and fix them up. Here's code I use for that in my Wiki ... the "nameSpace" variable is the absolute path to the page that contains the relative links. It doesn't support "." to indicate current directory, but otherwise I'm pretty sure it works

[ April 07, 2005: Message edited by: Stan James ]
 
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thanks!
 
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