Announcement: Cool MHTML library available for review (pre-alpha).

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Peter Rilling, Feb 9, 2006.

  1. Hi,

    I have uploaded a library that, I hope, is better than using CDOSYS/CDONTS
    for handling MHTML downloads. Right now the infrastructure for downloading
    is in place, but I have not gotten the persistent system in place, but I
    will be working on that shortly. If nothing else, this library provides a
    simple way to download a page and all its referenced resources.

    Here are some of the features that it currently supports:
    ** Downloads a page and all its referenced resources.
    ** Downloads them recursively. For instance, a CSS will be downloaded if
    referenced by a page, but if that CSS references any images, those will also
    be downloaded.
    ** Only one instance of a resource is downloaded regardless of how many
    times they are referenced. The instance is still associated with all the
    parent pages that contain it.
    ** Currently downloadable types include: audio, images, css, html, xml,
    scripts.
    ** Current types of references that are processed include:
    background/foreground images (both html and css), css, background sound,
    JavaScript, iframe and framesets, xml islands.
    ** Cool demo app that shows the downloaded content allowing you to sort by
    type or referenced relationship.

    The following are issues that are on my agenda:
    ** Update the URLs since they will be eventually viewed locally.
    ** Support saving to various forms, including the a single mhtml file.
    ** Support loading of single mhtml files.
    ** Fix bugs. :)

    Now, what I need from this community is to put this code through its paces.
    Find any bugs (including URLs that are not processed correctly). I also
    like constructive criticism so any comments about my architecture would be
    great, keeping in mind this is pre-alpha so it is far from perfect.

    You can download it at http://www.codeproject.com/useritems/mhtmllib.asp.
    Peter Rilling, Feb 9, 2006
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